Parents report their children feel safe at school. Pupils report they feel safe at school. This is because we have children’s safety and well-being as a key priority and have strong safeguarding procedures.
All staff and volunteers are given clear guidance in how to behave and work with children and young adults. They are highly vigilant and report any concerns they have about a child’s well-being swiftly. Southbroom Infants School is committed to working in partnership with parents or carers and in most situations we will talk with parents or carers if concerns have been noted and will keep them informed should we feel it is necessary for us to report these concerns to another agency. Children know they can talk about their worries to an adult they trust.