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Grange Federation



Safeguarding Leaflet - Infant School

Safeguarding Leaflet - Junior School

Draft version Grange Infant school Safeguarding policy 2018

Draft version Grange Junior school Safeguarding policy 2018 

Safeguarding within Grange Federation


Designated Safeguarding Leaders

Elly Rushen - Acting Head of School (Infant School)

Tracy Knight - Head of School (Junior School)


Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leader

Carol Shute - SENDCO

Lisa Clark - Assistant Headteacher

Tracey Jackson - Children's Champion (Infants)

Luisa Rutherford - Children's Champion (Juniors)


Safeguarding Governor

Emma Clay

If none of these people are available, please make your concerns known to any member of staff.

This school takes seriously its responsibility to protect and

safeguard the welfare of the children and young people in its care.

Click on the NSPCC logo to visit their website and find out more about the work and support they provide



"The welfare of the child is paramount" The Children's Act 1981


All action is taken in line with the following legislation/guidance:

  • Southwest Child Protection Procedures (SWCPP)
  • Section 175 Children Act 2002
  • Working together to Safeguard Children - September 2013
  • Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education - 2007
  • Local Safeguarding Children's Board Guidance


The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of. For many of us, this can all be a bit too much. You might be struggling to keep up with the things your child is doing online, you might wonder whether what they are doing is safe, and you might also be thinking how can I be as good a parent online as I am offline?
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The Think U Know website can offer you practical tips and simple guidance:

To find out more about how we ensure the safety and welfare of our children and young people, please refer to our policy:

Do you know what to do if your child is bullied, or you suspect your child is being bullied online?

Do you know who your child is talking to online?

Click on the image to find out more about what CEOP do to keep our children safe online.


Want to support your children in learning more about E-Safety - visit the "Think U Know" website and work through a whole host of interactive activities to make learning about keeping safe fun, but meaningful. Click the image below.

Click on the image about to download and read the document

"What to do if you're worried a child is being abused"