Safeguarding covers all the actions taken by our school to promote children's welfare and to keep them safe from harm. At Holbrook keeping children safe is top priority. Some of the things we do to ensure this include:
In addition, school teaches children how keep themselves safe through our safeguarding curriculum. This is mainly taught through our PSHE and RSE curriculums (Personal, Social and Health Education and Relationships and Sex Education) as well as our computing curriculum for online safety, but also through assemblies and our links to a wide range of providers including digital PCSOs and the Fire Service. You can see our safeguarding curriculum below.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead at Holbrook Primary School is Mrs Ingrid Taylor.
The deputies are Mr Tom Lloyd and Mrs Kay Swinfield.
The governor with safeguarding responsibility is Mrs Sue Staton.
If you think a child may be at risk of harm please contact: CALL DERBYSHIRE 01629 533190
Anyone can speak to Social Care about a child they believe to be at risk of harm. If a child is in immediate danger, the police should be contacted.
We are committed to ensuring children understand how to keep themselves safe online. We know that parents too can be very concerned about how best to keep their children safe when using the online world. Please see below some useful information about this aspect of safeguarding. Look at our Anti-Bullying and Cyber-Bullying and Safeguarding Policies too.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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