Hasland Infant & Nursery school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers, visitors and contractors to share this commitment. Safeguarding is EVERYONE'S responsibility and as an employee or when working in or visiting our school you should play a full part in keeping yourself and the children safe.
Our school has robust policies and procedures in place and expects anyone visiting or working on our premises to have an understanding of their role and responsibilities in safeguarding and expectations around conduct and behaviour.
Parents should be aware that the school will take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of its pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be the subject of ill-treatment, neglect or other forms of abuse, staff and helpers will follow County Child Protection procedures and inform Social Care (formerly Social Services) of their concern.
Charlotte Lavender - Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead and Designated teacher of looked after children
Fiona Oliver - Deputy Headteacher and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Amanda Daykin - School Business Manager and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Helen Davies - Safeguarding Governor
If you have any safeguarding concerns, please send these to the following email address:
NSPCC or alternatively ring 0808 800 5000
Child Line or alternatively ring 0800 1111
FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)
If you are worried a crime is happening now, call 999 now. If it isn't an emergency, but you think the police should know about it call 101 or report it online.
Twitter - @DerPolContact
Facebook - @derbyshireconstabulary
If you would prefer not to contact the Police directly:
Crimestoppers – 0800555111 (anonymously)
It is important that we do our best to try and keep children safe online. The NSPCC has teamed up with various communication companies to tackle this issue. To check whether a site, game or other online media is suitable, please visit https://www.net-aware.org.uk/#
Protecting your child at home "Protect their Curiosity":
Internet Matters has launched a campaign urging parents to put parental controls on all internet-enabled devices to protect their children from harmful content. The safety group is back by the UK's largest broadband providers: BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media.
The link above gives you guidance of how to set parental controls on your devices and further information to help protect your child.