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Safeguarding at Fielding

Staff and Governors at Fielding Primary are aware that many children are the victims of different kinds of abuse and that they can be subjected to social factors that have an adverse impact upon their lives – including domestic violence, substance misuse, bullying,  mental health and radicalisation. We also acknowledge that safeguarding incidents could happen anywhere and staff should be alert to possible concerns arising. 

 

Through our curriculum we teach children to stay safe and happy. We encourage the understanding that any problem or worry that they may have is legitimate, and to share their worries, big or small with their trusted adult; at home; school or with ChildLine.

Key contacts 

  • Designated Child Protection Lead - Clare Haines, Deputy Head
  • Additional Child Protection Lead - Peter Dunmall, Head Teacher
  • Clubs and Childcare Child Protection Lead - Karen Esprit, Club Manager
  • Safeguarding Governor - Juliet Fitzgerald
  • Chair of Governors - Sarah Wilkins

Safeguarding Overview

Click on the link below for full size version of our overview.

Policy

Prevent Strategy

Prevent is a government strategy designed to stop people becoming terrorists  or supporting terrorist or extremist causes. Many of the things we do in school to help pupils become positive, happy members of society also contribute to the Prevent strategy. 

Find out more in our leaflet:

Anti-bullying week 2015

Anti-Bullying Week in England is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and this year is from the 16th - 20th November. The theme is ‘Make a noise about bullying’.
Keeping safe from bullying is an integral part of our PSHE curriculum. Through our Values-based curriculum pupils learn how to behave towards each other promoting the British values of tolerance and mutual respect. Next week, in addition to the regular curriculum, children will take part in lessons and assemblies based on the Anti-Bullying Alliances theme 'Make a noise about bullying.' 
In our recent safeguarding review, pupils told us that  bullying is extremely rare,  children spoke confidently about different types of bullying and what to do if they were being bullied. Children were able to  distinguish between ad hoc name calling and persistent bullying as a result of our teaching and approach to bullying,

 

Links to our assembly to launch the week below:

 

Anti-Bullying Week 2015 video

The Anti-Bullying Alliance, hosted by the National Children's Bureau, have teamed up with Barclays to create this video to officially launch Anti-Bullying Week 2015. See their video here.

Daisy Chain - Animated Film narrated by Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet narrates this beautiful anti-bullying tale that follows Buttercup Bree and her tale of magical Daisy Chains. Visit http://www.ilovedaisychain.com for more info.

Termly safeguarding assembly

NSPCC Pants campaign, keeping your child safe

ChildLine

 

E-safety

Volunteering in school

 

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