Child Friendly Safeguarding
What is Safeguarding?
Safeguarding is about keeping all children, including you, safe.
It is also about taking action to protect a child if he/she is being hurt (or may be hurt in the near future) – this is known as ‘child protection’.
We may see and hear things, or you may tell us something and we will need to take action.
Please feel free to take a look at our Child Friendly Safeguarding Policy.
All the adults around you think your health, safety and welfare are very important.
At Meadowside, we respect all children and adults and help to protect their rights.
All children have equal rights to protection – regardless of gender, race, age, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation and religious or political beliefs.
We aim to keep all children safe and provide a safe environment for you and every child on our activities where you will be treated fairly and free from harm, discrimination or bullying.
Who can you talk to?
If you are ever feeling upset, worried or angry in school you can talk to
Your Teaching Assistant
- The STAY SAFE TEAM - Mrs Curtis, Mrs Stokes, Miss Churton, Mr Manuel, Mr Clay
Any Dinner time staff
Any adult in school.
If you feel unsafe or at risk whilst you are not in school, you can always seek advice, information or contact:
NSPCC - 0808 800 5000
ChildLine - 0800 11 11
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