SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY
Keeping children safe is at the heart of all we do. As a school we believe that all children have the right to be protected from harm, to feel safe and have their emotional and social needs met. A happy sociable child will achieve better educationally. All staff at school have regular safeguarding training and have a responsibility to identify children who need support or are suffering or are likely to suffer harm.
Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play in safeguarding children.
OUR SAFEGUARDING AND CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
Moseley Church of England Primary School fully recognises the responsibility it has surrounding the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of all children.
You can find out more about our policy in our Safeguarding Policy (see below) which is updated annually and is available from our school office upon request.
Our policy applies to all staff, visitors and volunteers working in the school, including governors.
All visitors will be required to read and implement our Safeguarding Information for Visitors.
DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING LEADS
ANY concerns should be brought to the attention of one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs)
To report a safeguarding concern please contact the school office either by telephone or email and ask to speak to a designated safegurding lead.
Tel: 0121 449 0441
Within school, our Designated Safeguarding Leads are:
Birmingham Children's Trust
The Children's Advice and Support Service (CASS) provides a single point of contact for professionals and members of the public who want to seek support or raise concerns about a child.
Details of the support that they can provide is available on their website: https://www.birminghamchildrenstrust.co.uk/homepage/11/information_for_families_and_carers
Contact Details - Telephone: 0121 303 1888
Monday to Thursday: 8:45am to 5:15pm
Friday: 8:45am to 4:15pm
Emergency out-of-hours - Telephone: 0121 675 4806
If you're not sure whether a child is at risk you can discuss the circumstances with us or with someone else who works with children, such as a teacher, health visitor or the NSPCC. All professionals who work with children have a responsibility to safeguard them and will know how to help.
Sometimes we all need help with managing the stresses of life, especially during these unprecedented times:
Our Parent Well-Being page is designed to help parents with your health and well-being; we hope you find our resources useful.
Our Useful Links For Families page has links to a range of only sources of advice and support.