Where can I access support in the school?
In the first instance speak with your child's class teacher, either before school or at the end of the day. If you wish to speak with them at another time this can either be arranged in advance with the class teacher or through the school office.
Next step is to speak with a member of the Pastoral Team.
S Daldry - Pastoral Lead
S Aston - Designated Safeguarding Lead
H Barwick - Behaviour Lead
J Parker - Pastoral Support Practitioner
C Hall - Thrive Practitioner
J Howgate - Anti-Bullying Advocate
The Pastoral Team are able to support with behavioural concerns, friendship issues, worries regarding school or home, health issues and bereavement.
Please speak to the main office if you wish to speak to a member of the Pastoral Team and they will contact with you within 24 hours.
Safeguarding concerns -The Pastoral Team make up the Safeguarding Team with Sarah Aston, as Senior Designated Person for Safeguarding.
If you have a safeguarding concern, please speak to the main office and a member of the team will contact you as a priority.
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E-safety Factsheet for Parents
This factsheet gives parents a general overview of e-safety.
What Every Parents Needs to Know About Radicalisation.
The internet brings marvellous opportunities to children and young people with the ability to learn new skills and visit websites which engage and enrich their lives.
Below are Some useful links