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Safeguarding Children

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Hadleigh Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare, both physical and emotional, of every pupil both inside and outside of the academy premises.

 This policy sets out a clear and consistent framework for delivering this promise, in line with safeguarding legislation and statutory guidance.

It will be achieved by:

Creating a culture of safer recruitment by adopting procedures that help deter, reject or identify people who might pose a risk to children.

Educating pupils on how to keep safe and to recognise behaviour that is unacceptable.

Identifying and making provision for any pupil that has been subject to abuse.

Ensuring that members of the governing body, the headteacher and staff members understand their responsibilities under safeguarding legislation and statutory guidance, and are alert to the signs of child abuse and know to refer concerns to the designated safeguarding lead (DSL).

Ensuring that the headteacher and any new staff members and volunteers are only appointed when all the appropriate checks have been satisfactorily completed.

The DSL is: Glenn Moore (Headteacher). In the absence of the DSL, child protection matters will be dealt with by Claire Leveridge (Learning Mentor) and/or Lorna Hebden (Deputy Headteacher).

Summer Safety Assembly

On Monday Stephen Parker, the Education Officer for Essex Police and Fire Services spoke to the whole school about how to stay safe over the summer.


Thank you to the NSPCC for their brilliant assemblies and work shops on the theme of 'Speak out. Stay safe.' For more information visit 


Exploitation- what is it?

CSE Hotline letter

Families Learning About Self Harm

UK Council for Child Internet Safety 

New technologies inspire children to be creative, communicate and learn. However, while the internet is a great resource, it is important that children and young people are protected from the risks they may encounter. 



A practical guide for parents and carers   

Keeping Myself e-Safe Young People

Keeping Myself e-Safe from Learning Curve Education helps to deal with e-safety issues for young people.

Safe Web Surfing: Top Tips for Kids and Teens Online

Would you ever walk into a giant arena full of strangers and make it rain postcards with your phone number and home address? No? Then what are you doing publishing those details online, where anyone in the WORLD can access them?