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Safeguarding

Stopsley Community Primary School takes safeguarding seriously.  All staff within the school have a responsibility to promote the welfare of children and report any incidents or potential signs of neglect and/or abuse to the school's Designated Safeguarding Officers (DSO).

The school's DSOs are:

Mrs Mann  (Safeguarding Officer)

Mr Fordham  (Headteacher)

Mr Brewis (Deputy Headteacher)

Mrs Kelly  (Family Worker)

The school's Deputy DSOs are:

Mrs Broderick  (Assistant Headteacher)

Mrs Willis  (Assistant Headteacher)

We always have every child's best interest at heart and provide a safe and fun environment for them to learn.

 

What does the school do if they have concerns?

All members of staff at the school have undergone Safeguarding training. This is updated on a regular basis and helps us to stay aware of any potential safeguarding issues.

If a potential safeguarding issue arises, it is passed onto the Safeguarding Officer and due process is followed. In some cases, a meeting may be arranged with the Designated Safeguarding Officer to help assist and resolve the issue.

If you have any queries, concerns or would like more information please contact Mrs Mann on 01582 611035 or you can contact her by email at:

safeguarding@stopsley.primaryluton.co.uk

The school's Safeguarding policies can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

Operation Encompass (RELAY)

Our school takes part in a new operation that runs jointly with Bedfordshire Police and Luton Children’s Social Care.

Operation Encompass (also known as RELAY) has been designed to provide early reporting to schools of any domestic abuse incidents that occur in which a child was present, ordinarily resides at the incident location or with an involved party. We know that children can be significantly affected through witnessing or being exposed to domestic abuse and this operation will allow us to better support our pupils and their families.

A nominated member of staff, known as a Single Point of Contact (SPOC), is identified to receive the information. At our school our SPOC is Mrs Mann (Safeguarding Officer). She will be able to use information that has been shared with her, in confidence, to ensure that the right support is available should it be required by a child.

We are keen to offer the best support available to our pupils. Parents with any concerns or questions can contact Mrs Mann who will be happy to help.