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Lyng Primary School

Learning & Growing Together

Horton Street, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B70 7SQ

0121 553 1480

lyng.admin@lyng.sandwell.sch.uk

Safeguarding

Our Safeguarding Team:

Mrs C Jones - Designated DSL / Assistant Headteacher / Early Years Phase Leader

Mrs S Wellings - Deputy DSL / Safeguarding / Learning Mentor

    

Mr A Fowler - Headteacher

Mr P Staniland - Deputy Headteacher

    

Ms L Howard - Safeguarding Governor / Chair of Governors

Mr T Boughey Learning Mentor

    

SCHOOL CONTACT NUMBER: 0121 553 1480

SAFEGUARDING EMAIL ADDRESS: safeguarding.team@lyng.sandwell.sch.uk

   

   

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A Guide to Good Practice

Consistent with procedures followed by Sandwell Children’s Trust

Safeguarding and Child Protection 

for Settings

Child abuse can take place in families irrespective of class, culture, race, and religion or income group.  Abusers may be strangers but they are more likely to be trusted people close to the child, including carers, other professionals, relatives or friends as well as parents.

It is because of this that all staff in school need to have a clear understanding of what to do if they think a child might be abused or neglected and what happens if a parent is suspected of abusing a child.

Before staff report any suspected abuse, parents will normally be contacted beforehand to share our intention to report the concerns.  However, this contact with parents is not always appropriate. For example, if the child may be placed at an increased risk of significant harm then the call will not take place. Staff in school will always follow the direction and advice of Sandwell Children’s Trust when deciding to contact parents.

If we think that a child in our care might have been neglected or abused we have a duty to report it to The Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).  Once reported, Agencies based at the MASH will securely collate information within the MASH from all available sources to make an informed decision concerning any required intervention. 

   

   

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 Anti-Bullying Policy 2017.pdfDownload
 Child Protection Policy.pdfDownload
 Keeping Children Safe in Education.pdfDownload
 Prevent Extremism and Radicalisation Guidance Policy.pdfDownload
 Safeguarding Policy.pdfDownload
 Working Together to Safeguard Children.pdfDownload
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