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safeguarding and wellbeing at goldsmith primary academy

Safeguarding and Wellbeing

The safety and welfare of our children is of utmost importance to us at Goldsmith Primary Academy. We ensure a culture of vigilance as highlighted by Ofsted and all staff in school undertake ongoing safeguarding training including the Local authority ‘Level 1 Child Protection Training’.

If you have any concerns about the safety and wellbeing of a child, contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead using the details below.

Goldsmith Primary Academy Safeguarding Team

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead - Mrs S Middleton
  • Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead - Mrs S Taylor-Janes
  • SENCO and designated teacher for Looked after/previously Looked after Children - Mrs S Ayres
  • Single Point of Contact for Prevent - Mrs S Middleton

If you have a safeguarding concern contact Mrs Middleton or Mrs Taylor-Janes on 01922 710182 and then select option 3.

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Useful websites and information

Our approach to safeguarding complies with the Department for Education’s key guidance document Keeping Children Safe In Education.

Other Useful Websites and information

Anti-Bullying 

Child Safety

Child Sexual Exploitation

Domestic Violence

Drugs

E-Safety

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Forced Marriage

International Child Abduction

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans

  • Stonewall, the leading charity and organisation for the LGBT+ community, have produced advice for parents/carers who think their child may be gay

Local Authority Safeguarding Information

Mental Health

Self-harm

Advice for Parents