At St Silas Primary School our first priority is the welfare and safety of all the children in our care. We are committed to providing the highest standards in protecting and safeguarding all our children at all times.
If your child is not in school we will contact you, to make sure the child is with you. If we cannot contact the first identified person on our contact list, we will contact the second person. It is important that we confirm that your child is safe.
Please read our safeguarding policy.
Who do I go to in school if I am worried?
Mrs Laura Smith is the Designated Safeguarding Lead. She is the person you should speak to if you are concerned about anything to do with safeguarding. She can be contacted by ringing school on 01254 698447 or my emailing email@example.com.
The deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Michele Battersby ,the Headteacher. She can be contacted by ringing school on 01254 698447 or my emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a school, we take bullying seriously. Our values of belonging and love underpin our work to prevent bullying. We have Friendships Weeks annually and we consider participation in such events essential in ensuring the wellbeing of our children. During Friendship Week we focus on educating the children on how to be good friends and on how we can stop bullying in our school.