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Keeping Children Safe

Our Safeguarding statements:
We cannot promise children that we will keep secrets.
It is all of our responsibility to keep our children safe.
We must all follow the safeguarding policy.

Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs):
Mrs Alison Thomas ( Head Teacher)
Mrs Angela Main (Business manager)
Mrs Dianne Finnie (Family Support Worker)
Mrs Jo Rowlett (Deputy Head teacher & ADSL)
Mr Kevin Pegram (Deputy head teacher)

Named Person for Looked after children:
Mrs Jo Rowlett (Deputy head teacher and ADSL)

Named Governor for Safeguarding and Looked after children:
Mrs Anna Stapleton

Keeping Children Safe


At Southglade Primary and Nursery School we take our joint responsibility with parents to keep our children safe very seriously.

As a result, we have produced this part of the website to provide useful links to documents and web pages to help parents to keep children safe.


Pantosaurus from the NSPCC

The NSPCC have produced this guide for parents on simple conversations to keep your child safe.

There is also this guide that has been produced to help parents and carers in knowing how to keep their child safe online.




Keeping children safe online is a key area as we move out of the pandemic. During lockdown children developed many useful skills when learning online. We also recognise that children have spent more time on devices recently than ever before. Therefore we have sent an e-safety newsletter to all parents which is available below.  At the start of each unit of computing in school children look at e-safety, so this topic is regularly covered in school.


In addition to this, the following letter was sent out in February 2017 from Councillor Mellen, with a leaflet attached which gives advice to parents/carers on how to discuss E-Safety with their children.