Child Protection and Safeguarding

Arunside School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and members of the wider school community to share this commitment.

School Policies and Procedures

For full details regarding our child protection and safeguarding policies and procedures please refer to the respective policies on our school policies page

Who to Contact When There are Concerns

Should you have any concerns relating to the safety and welfare of a child at the school you should immediately contact our designated person(s) for safeguarding:

  • Mrs Donna Jagger (Headteacher) – Designated Safeguarding Lead 
  • Mrs Anna Hadden (SENCO) – Deputy Safeguarding Lead
  • Mrs Sara Lee, Mrs Michelle Evans. Mrs Sharon Roberts or Mrs Rachael Stoffell – Assistant Designated Safeguarding Leads
  • Mrs Victoria Coward – Safeguarding Lead Governor

Should you have any concerns in terms of Safeguarding relating to the behaviour of a member of staff, you should immediately contact the designated person as above. If the allegation concerns the Headteacher, the Deputy Headteacher or SENCO, you should contact Mrs Victoria Coward (Safeguarding Lead Governor), via school and arrangements will be made for her to call you as soon as possible.

Should you feel that your concerns have not been dealt with appropriately by the school/chair of governors, you should contact the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO).


Digital Safety

With children spending more time online than ever before, it can be a huge challenge for parents and carers to keep up to date and to know how to implement parental controls and privacy settings to help keep their children safe.

On hand to offer friendly help and support is a team of Digital Volunteers who are offering remote support for basic digital safety enquiries. They can talk you through how to set up privacy settings and parental controls on a range of apps and devices. To get in touch with this FREE service, please phone 0330 222 3455 or email your name, phone number and a brief description of the help needed, to the digital support library.

For regular information about how to stay safe online, sign up to the ‘staying safe online’ e-newsletter. Please visit the WSCC Staying Safe Online webpage to register.

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