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Safeguarding

We take the safety of our young people extremely seriously.

Safeguarding is what we do for all children and young people to keep them safe whilst in our care. A child protected describes the policy and procedures specifically for those young people who are at risk of serious harm or have been seriously harmed.

The welfare of each and every student at Newbridge is of paramount importance and we aim to provide a caring, supportive and positive environment where children can feel safe, are able to learn and develop themselves. Adults in our school take all welfare concerns seriously and encourage children and young people to talk to us about anything that may worry them.

 

Concerns about the safety of a child must be reported immediately through “CPOMs”

“CPOMs” is the school online safeguarding system, available to all staff. The safeguarding team will receive a notification and will take the appropriate action.

If you do not have access to CPOMs please contact a member of the safeguarding team.

Supporting Families Offer

At Newbridge School we recognise the challenges that families face in bringing up children. There may be times when you need extra help and support. If this is the case please come and talk to us. There are many ways in which we can help as outlined in this offer of Supporting Families. We can also help to plan specific support for families in the forms of Supporting Families Plan and My Assessment where we can work together to set and achieve outcomes.

The diagram below shows the range of needs at different levels. We use this graduated approach to make sure we provide the best support for different families’ individual situations

 

Providing Supporting Families to our pupils and families at Newbridge means we are more effective in promoting support as soon as we can. Supporting Families means providing support as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child’s life, from the foundation years through to teenage years.

Level                                        Level of support
1 No support needed No additional support is required. This family’s needs are met through school, GP, Health Visitor, Housing.
2 Teachers and Teaching assistants

 

 

 

Inclusion support

Building relationships with pupils and families and record any changes or support needed.

Offer support within the classroom or 1-1

Keeping regular contact with parents or carers through phone calls, messages or emails.

 

A team of staff who are called upon at any time to support children within class setting or 1-1, small groups.

3 Safeguarding/Supporting Families team To support families, children and teaching staff to offer support, advice, provide links to websites and support groups.

 

To complete Families and Young People Supporting Families Assessment Plan.

4 SENCO

Children’s Social Services Support

Refer to Schools SENCO for further support when required. To make referrals to outside agencies and support children and families.

Key Personnel:

The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is:

Annalisa Bond            annalisa.bond@newbridgeschool.org            01905 763580

 

The deputy DSL’s are: 

Leesa  Davies             Leesa.Davies@newbridgeschool.org             01905  763580

Rebecca Day              Rebecca.day@newbridgeschool.org             01905  763580

Michael Clarke            Michael.clarke@newbridgeschool.org           01905  763580

Stacey Neale              Stacey.neale@newbridgeschool.org              01905 763580

Aurelie Bond               Aurelie.Bond@newbridgeschool.org             01905   763580

 

The Chair of Governors/ nominated safeguarding governor is: 

Mrs Dee Milbery         dee.positivebehaviourteam@hotmail.co.uk

The Headteacher is:

Mr Ian Enwright           ian.enwright@clpt.co.uk                                01905 763580

 

Supporting Families Offer 2023

 

Useful Safeguarding Resources