All incidents or concerns about the welfare of a child MUST be reported to
Mrs Norris as the Designated Safeguarding Lead.
In the absence of Mrs Norris, please report concerns to Miss Haywood or Mrs Beesley immediately.
Safeguarding is the responsibility of every person working with young people and children. At Stanton Primary School we are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of our children. This role includes ensuring our children are safe from abuse and neglect (physical, emotional and sexual) and are free from bullying.
We give our children the skills to keep safe at home and at school. We provide our children with the skills to challenge gender stereotypes, recognise and build healthy relationships and recognise that domestic violence is never acceptable.
As part of our curriculum enrichment, we invite visitors in to school to talk to support our safeguarding aims. Some examples of these visitors are the Police, who discuss Stranger Danger and Road Safety, the Fire Service, who give annual fire safety talks and the NSPCC who provide their PANTS workshops.
Online safety is always at the forefront of teaching and learning as part of our Computing curriculum and a large part of the annual Anti-bullying week. Our children learn the skills to keep safe online and to deal with any incidents of cyber bullying.
The information found on this page outlines our school policies and provides advice and support for parents.
Please click below for our Child Friendly Safeguarding Policies:
Child Friendly 'Keeping Safe' Policy
Child Friendly 'Anti-Bullying' Policy
Child Friendly 'Complaints' Policy
Please click the links below for some information on keeping your child safe online.
'What can I do to keep my child safe online?'
Parental Guidance for Social Media
The government has launched a new online tool for schools to give parents advice and tips on preparing their children for adult life, find out more by clicking on the link below:-
Please click on the link below to access the latest Keeping Children Safe in Education policy
Keeping Children Safe in Education Policy
Please click on the links below to read our Safeguarding policies
Acceptable Use of IT, the Internet and Electronic Communication Policy
Behaviour Management Policy
Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy
Child Protection Record Keeping Guidance for Schools (including transfer, storage & retention) Policy
Children Missing in Education
Complaints Procedure Policy
Medicine Policy (Administration of)
Private Fostering Policy
Separated Parents Policy
Special Educational Needs Policy
Anti Bullying Week 2020
(Extract from Hedgehog Class...)
This week we have been taking part in Anti Bullying Week. We came to school wearing odd socks and talked about what this might mean. We talked about the importance of celebrating each others' differences and then created our own pair of odd socks to help us remember this. We also thought about what it means to be a good friend and the characteristics we would want in a good friend. We turned our ideas into a good friend wreath. We also thought about online safety and what we can do if we see something online that we don't like. We learned The Funny Tummy song to help us remember.