Our Safeguarding policies

Our setting has a duty under the law to help safeguard children against suspected or actual significant harm. Our employment practices ensure children against the likelihood of abuse in our setting and we have a procedure for managing complaints or allegations against a member of staff. Our way of working with children and their parents ensures that we are aware of any problems that may emerge and can offer support, including referral to appropriate agencies when necessary, to help families in difficulty.


As a setting we are committed to building a 'culture of safety' in which children, young people and vulnerable adults are protected from abuse and harm in all areas

of our service delivery. We are committed to responding promptly and appropriately to all incidents, allegations or concerns of abuse. We are committed to promoting awareness of child abuse issues throughout our training. We are also committed to empowering children and promoting their right to be strong, resilient and listened to.

All staff complete specific Safeguarding training and update annually.


If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding please talk to:


Our Safeguarding Designated Lead is Sheryl and the Deputy is Sophie