At Broadheath Primary School we are committed to safeguarding all of our learners, staff and visitors. Safeguarding is a priority with arrangements in place to ensure learners feel, and are safe on school premises and during off site activities. All of our staff receive annual safeguarding training.
Safe, happy, always learning,
For everyone to see.
All valued and committed,
The best that we can be
As our School ethos verse shows safety, the learner experience and individual achievement are paramount and safeguarding initiatives are developed to impact positively upon this. The school ensures that safeguarding legislation and guidance are adhered to and taken into account when developing and revisiting policies, procedures and associated arrangements.
The school provides a safe physical environment for its learners and staff, ensuring that the premises are of a good standard. Health and Safety arrangements are in place to ensure adherence to current legislation and guidance.
Anyone who applies for a position at Broadheath Primary will be subject to recruitment and selection procedures designed to emphasise the school’s commitment to the safeguarding of its learners and staff. The procedures include questioning at the interview stage, verification of appropriate qualification, acquiring references, necessary safety checks and then on-going monitoring procedures.
If you have any safeguarding concerns, please make contact with our Designated Safeguarding Lead(s):
DSL – Mrs Kirsten Lyde (Headteacher)
Deputy DSL – Mrs Kerry Thomason (Deputy Headteacher)
Safeguarding Governor – Mrs Jennie Beech
Deputy Safeguarding Governor – Mrs Vicky Erskine