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Safeguarding-Keeping Children safe

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 At our school we all strive to keep our children safe.

In the interest of safeguarding children there may be occasions when the school has to consult other agencies without a parent's prior knowledge.

T​he school's first concern is the child's welfare and the school has a duty to act to protect the child at all times.

Such consultation may result in a formal referral which could prompt visits from social services and/or the police.

We fully understand that this can be a very distressing set of circumstances, but we can only assure you that we follow the procedures laid down by the Coventry Safeguarding Board, a copy of which is available in school and our own Child Protection Pocicy which can be found in our policies section.


Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Hall Headteacher.

Our Deputy Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Ph​ythian- Acting Deputy Headteacher.

If you have any concerns during the school holidays please telephone 024 76 788555​ or seek advice from the NSPCC    0808 800 5000


Private Fostering


A private fostering arrangement is essentially an arrangement between families/households, without the involvement of a local authority, for the care of a child under the age of 16 (under 18 if the child has a disability) by someone other than a parent or close relative (close relatives are parents, step-parents, siblings, siblings of a parent and grandparents) for 28 days or more. This could be an arrangement by mutual agreement between parents and the carers or a situation where a child has left home against their parent's wishes and is living with a friend and the friend's family.​

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Private Fostering



A private fostering arrangement is essentially an arrangement between families/households, without the involvement of a local authority, for the care of a child under the age of 16 (under 18 if the child has a disability) by someone other than a parent or close relative (close relatives are parents, step-parents, siblings, siblings of a parent and grandparents) for 28 days or more. This could be an arrangement by mutual agreement between parents and the carers or a situation where a child has left home against their parent's wishes and is living with a friend and the friend's family.​