Safeguarding

Coundon Court fully recognises its responsibility for safeguarding children. Our policy applies to staff, governors and all visitors to the school.

Our Designated Safeguarding Leads at Coundon Court are responsible for promoting the safety and well-being of all students, responding to any concerns around safeguarding and liaising with external agencies where appropriate to ensure the school is compliant with all statutory guidance in relation to Child Protection.

There are 5 main parts to our policy:

  • Establishing a safe environment in which children can learn and develop.

  • Supporting pupils who have been abused and ensuring the agreed Child Protection Plan is being adhered to.

  • Developing robust procedures for identifying and reporting suspected or actual cases of abuse.

  • Raising awareness of safeguarding issues including more local issues and ensuring the wider school are aware and equipped to deal with.

  • Ensuring we practise safe recruitment, in line with national legislation, from interview

Safeguarding Team
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Mrs Charlotte Holland

Designated Safeguarding Lead

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Mrs Fiona Walsh

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

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Miss Kirsty Jones

Educational Welfare Officer and Deputy Safeguarding Lead

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Mrs Amanda Donnelly

Associate Phase Leader and Deputy Safeguarding Lead

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Mrs Tracey Wheatley

Looked After Child Co-ordinator and Deputy Safeguarding Lead

 

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Early Help and Family Hub

Could your family benefit from a little support ?

 

How about working with a family hub ?

 

If you want to chat more please contact one of the safeguarding team, pop into any hub or give them a call. 

Details can be found here

Online Abuse

If you are worried about online abuse for yourself or another, you can get support or make a report by clicking the following link for CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command) :-

 

https://www.ceop.police.uk/ceop-reporting/