Brantridge School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that consistent and effective safeguarding procedures and policies are in place to support pupils and staff at school and follow the guidance of Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2019. If a pupil or parent has a concern they should contact the school immediately.
COVID-19 SAFEGUARDING UPDATE: please see the Covid-19 annex to our safeguarding policy for details of how we continue to safeguard pupils through the coronavirus pandemic.
For more information please see our safeguarding offer.
Brantridge School Safeguarding and Well-being offer
Brantridge School Safeguarding and Well-being Offer COVID-19 Annex
Please see our policy for further details.
The safety of our students is our number one priority. As we all know, the risks in modern society are varied and constantly changing and we cannot remove these, so we all need to help educate children in ways to keep themselves safe.
As part of safeguarding the pupils of Brantridge School we will ensure that no political is promoted. If political views are discussed as part of the school curriculum we will ensure this is a balanced discussion.
If anyone is worried that a pupil is being abused or there are safeguarding issues, the senior designated member of staff should be contacted. Alternatively you can contact the LADO (Local Authority Designated Officer) at the Local Authority.
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) – Robert Chowns, Safeguarding Regional Lead email@example.com
Deputy DSL – Mr D Roberts, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy DSL – Miss D Harry, Assistant Head of Education email@example.com
Deputy DSL – Mr F Sweeting, Behaviour Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Designated Safeguarding Governor: Alison Livesley c/o School office