Moat Farm Infant School ask all parents and visitors to refrain from using their mobile phones in school in line with our safeguarding policy.
Please click to download:
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
- Safer Recruitment Policy
- Policy for the Education of Looked After Children at Moat Farm Infant School
- Safeguarding Governor Lead
- Safeguarding Guide for Parents
- Keeping children safe in education 2022
- Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018
If you’re worried about a child or young person, or if you notice that something just doesn’t seem right, the @NSPCC is here. You can talk to their helpline team who offer free support and guidance on 0808 800 5000 (8am-10pm Mon-Fri / 9am-6pm weekends) or you can email email@example.com 24/7.
As a school we take part in Operation Encompass.
Operation Encompass is a police and Education early intervention safeguarding partnership that supports children and young people exposed to Domestic Abuse. It aims to ensure Schools are notified in a timely manner of any Domestic Abuse incident where child/ren are present or registered at the address. This early notification should mean that, in the majority of cases, schools are alerted in readiness for the children arriving at school the first working day following an incident.
Operation Encompass went live week commencing 1 October 2018 and the aim is that schools will know as close as possible to the start of the school day that the child has been or may have been exposed to a domestic abuse incident.
To access help, advice and support please click on the link below:
Domestic Violence support leaflets:
Domestic Abuse Safety planning victims
Domestic Abuse safety planning friends
Act Early Partners
Counter Terrorism Policing launched a new safeguarding website www.actearly.uk to encourage family and friends to share concerns, that a friend or loved one might be vulnerable to radicalisation.
What will the website aim to do?
- Help increase Prevent referrals from family and friends into the police by increasing awareness, trust and understanding of the police’s safeguarding role.
- Increasing awareness of where to go for further information and support
- Increasing awareness of the signs of radicalisation
- Increased understanding of and confidence in the Prevent referral process
- Encouraging referrals from concerned family and friends at an early stage
- Highlighting the police safeguarding role in Prevent
Other useful guidance
NSPCC PANTS autism children’s guide
TikTok is a social media platform adored by young people and although there is an age restriction of 13 it is more commonly used by younger children.
CEOP have produced a package to support children and their families over the coming weeks and months. You can sign up to receive a fortnightly #OnlineSafetyAtHome email with new home activity packs. Each pack will contain simple 15-minute activities parents can do at home with their child using their Thinkuknow resources. They cover a range of ages from 5 to 14+.
National Online safety tips
Open discussions about digital lives