Safeguarding Information for Parents and Carers
Bradley Stoke Community School fully recognises its responsibility under section 175 of the Education Act 2002 to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and to work together with other agencies to ensure effective arrangements within our school to identify, assess and support children who are suffering from harm.
Safeguarding our school community is of paramount importance. We ensure that all our staff are aware of, and have the skills to deal with, any child protection or safeguarding concerns. We have robust recruitment procedures and professional development programmes which ensure that all our staff uphold our strong ethos and values. All of our staff receive yearly updates as part of their child protection training.
Key School Contacts
The Designated Child Protection Officer is Susie Beresford-Wylie, Director of Student Support. Direct email: email@example.com
The Deputy Child Protection Officer is Lynda Cordukes, Student Support Leader for year 10 &11. Direct email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Support Team have also completed higher level Child Protection Training and can also be contacted if you have concerns about a child.
The staff above can be reached using the main school number 01454 868840.
South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Board
The school follows the advice issued from the South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Board and their site has a range of useful information for parents and carers as well as numbers to contact if you have concerns about the safety and wellbeing of a child. Please use the numbers below if you have concerns about a child and would like to speak to someone from the Access and Response Team directly.
01454 866000 ‐ Monday to Friday 9am ‐ 5pm
01454 615165 ‐ Out of hours and at weekends
In an emergency please ring 999
The following documents are all related directly to safeguarding, primarily of children and young people, but also of employees. It is expected that all members of staff are familiar with these documents and that they have read the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and completed their Part 1 Keeping Children Safe in Education E-learning module.
Update Prevent Let's Talk About - 5 February 2018