Designated Child Protection Person - Ms R Woodward
Deputy Designated Child Protection Person - Mrs H Dean
Second Deputy Designated Child Protection Person - Mrs C Turner
Governor responsible for Child Protection - Mr M Wilmore
‘All children, whatever their race, sex, beliefs and physical and mental abilities have the right to grow up unharmed, to have the opportunity to develop fully and to have their basic needs met. Child abuse represents a failure by omission or commission to respect the needs and rights of children’.
Protecting children NSPCC 1994.
At Meadowlane we take safeguarding matters very seriously and ensure that all of our children are safe and secure in school. The staff fully recognise the contribution they make to the child protection process and if concerns arise we have systems in place to ensure that, if need be, any information is shared with the relevant agencies.
Please take the time to read our child protection policy.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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