Safeguarding and Child Protection at Stutton Primary School
Safeguarding at Stutton Primary School is considered everyone’s business, both Staff and Governors are committed to ensuring every child, who is a pupil at our school, is safe and protected from harm.
Our Safeguarding policy has been developed to also ensure that there is appropriate provision in place to ensure that our pupils are safe and adopt safe behaviour, and that staff, governors, volunteers, visitors and parents are aware of the expected behaviours and legal responsibilities in relation to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of our pupils.
To achieve this we aim to:
- Promote safe practice, including regular staff training updates and ensuring safer recruitment procedures are in place.
- Identify instances where there are grounds for concerns regarding a child’s welfare and take appropriate action to keep them safe.
- Contribute to effective partnership working between all those involved in providing services for our pupils.
To see the full safeguarding policy and related policies please visit our policies page.
County Lines is the organised crime that is being drafted in from London into Suffolk especially Ipswich, it is gang and drug related, recruiting young people in the Ipswich area to sell drugs and commit crime for the gangs.
If you are concerned about a minor being involved please use the contact details on the leaflet to report these concerns