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Bisley C of E Primary School

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Safeguarding at Bisley

'Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of child is everyone's responsibility.  Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play.  In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively our approach is child-centred.  This means that we consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child.'

Our School Safeguarding Policy

Child Protection and safeguarding Policy 2022

To view policies linked to the Safeguarding policy please visit Policies under the Key Information tab

Further Information

Support from Surrey County Council:

Surrey have all their information on one page with links to organisations who can help and support families.  Please look at their page here - Support for young people and their families - Surrey County Council (surreycc.gov.uk)

Children's Single Point of Access (C-SPA)

If you are a child or young person being abused or neglected, or an adult who is concerned about a child or young person's safety and wellbeing, you can contact the Children's Services 'Single Point of Access' between 9am to 5pm on Monday to Friday.

For people with hearing or speech impairments:

During evenings, weekends and bank holidays, the Emergency Duty Team is available:

For people with hearing or speech impairments:

  • Text line: 07800 000388
  • Text relay (a speech-to-text translation service): 18001 01483 517898

 

Keeping children safe online:

 For information about Online Safety please visit our Online Safety page under the Parents tab

NSPCC Online Safety

Think U Know

NSPCC underwear rule:

Underwear Rule Parents and Carers’ Guide

Guide for foster carers

Guide for parents and carers with learning disabilities

Underwear Rule Children’s Guide

Guide for children with learning disabilities

Guide for children with Autism

Leaving your child at home:

Law on leaving your child home alone (Gov.uk)

Support and advice services:

NSPCC: E-mail or telephone: 0808 8005000

CHILDLINE: Telephone: 08001111

PACE: (Parents against child exploitation) Tel: 0113 240 3040

ONE IN FOUR: (Advocacy service, counselling service and information service for those who have experiences sexual abuse.)

Our Safeguarding Team

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