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Safeguarding at Days Lane


Everyone at Days Lane works together to ensure that children and young people are kept safe by:

• Providing a safe environment for children to learn

• Identifying children who are suffering or likely to suffer harm, and take appropriate action with the aim of making sure they are kept safe both at home and at school.

Whether you are a teacher, member of support staff, visitor or volunteer, we ask that you adhere to our policies and procedures whilst you are at our school. Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.

Keeping Children Safe

The school operates a policy of restricting unsupervised access to students to those adults who have been correctly vetted. All adults who work regularly with our young people must undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check which must be completed before you commence working with the children.

Adults visiting the site for meetings will be accompanied throughout their visit and do not need to be checked. They must sign in and out at Reception and wear a visitor’s lanyard at all times. Any unidentified adult in the school should be reported to reception immediately.

First Aid

If you encounter a child with any medical concerns, or who seems ill, please refer them to the school office where a qualified first aider can assess them. In case of an accident or emergency, please contact the school office and a first aider will be sent.

On-Line Safety

Children are encouraged to use technology and recognise the value it plays. Children are encouraged to manage the risk that using technology poses, take responsibility for what they do online & understand the damaging impact it may have for their reputation. See the ESafety Policy for further information.

Please note pictures of the children should not be taken by visitors. Visitors should not use mobile phones whilst in school. 

Safeguarding Across the Curriculum

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