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We take the safety and welfare of every child very seriously.

What to do if you are worried about a child: If a child is in immediate danger call 999. During school hours call us on 01264 335640.   


Out of school hours, if you want to report or discuss suspected abuse, click here (NSPCC).

Independent support for parents (confidential helpline) click here or call 0808 800 2222.


Curriculum:  Embedded within the curriculum are many opportunities for us to teach pupils how to stay safe.  This includes education relating to online safely, drugs, alcohol, sexual health, consent, coercion, the risks and benefits of social media plus much more.  Speak to your child's tutor for more information.

Attendance:  One of the best ways of keeping your child safe is to ensure that they attend school every day.  If a child does not attend when they are expected telephone calls are made to parents/carers; if the matter remains unresolved the school's Family Support team will make a home visit to offer additional support.  

Pastoral Support:  Every pupil has a Personal Tutor to whom they can turn if they are worried, anxious or  curious with regards issues that they encounter both in and out of school.  Additionally the school has a Wellbeing Team that works very hard to support children and their families.  All pupils can speak, in confidence, to Bonnie in the Wellbeing Office.


Mental Health advice for parents:  The school works closely with with local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) as well as other local providers of mental health support for children.   Mental health advice for parents click here (Andover Mind)

Keeping your child safe online please click here (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command).

Worried about online sexual abuse click here (NSPCC). 

Understanding radicalisation and how to protect your child click here (Educate Against Hate)

Safeguarding Leader

James Lovegrove, Assistant Headteacher

Call on 01264 335640

Other Safeguarding Staff

Amanda Edney (Headteacher)

Rachel Clapham (Outreach and Early intervention Lead)

Bonnie Stokes (Home School Partnership Manager)

If you are worried or concerned about a child one of the above will be available to speak to you (in confidence) at any time during the school day.

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