IF YOU HAVE CONCERNS FOR THE SAFETY OF ANY CHILD AT ANYTIME,
(including when the school is CLOSED.)
If it is an immediate concern please ring the NSPCC telephone number below:
0808 800 5000
The Police on 999.
If it is less serious concern please email the school at
with the words SAFEGUARDING CONCERN in the subject.
This will be picked up by the school's Designated Safeguarding Lead. All communications are highly confidential.
or email NSPCC
More info at:
At Pilgrims' Cross Primary CE (A) Primary School, we believe that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility and it is taken very seriously and is ongoing focus for the school through practical application of the school's Values
LOVE - Showing love to our children by noticing, listening,, showing them respect and working relentlessly as a school and with others agencies and parents to ensure ALL children are emotionally and physically safe. Below are some links and policies to help you understand how we work to keep children safe in school and the things that you can also do to help.
COURAGE - to challenge when a child needs support and there needs are not being met and to challenge each other to further improve our safeguarding practices and procedures.
TRUST - creating a ethos that enables children, staff and parents to share their concerns and worries and know they will be treated respectful and that we will put the children's needs first before anything else.
Below you will find some of the documents that shape our safeguarding practices and please do visit our PARENTS INFORMATION PAGE on INTERNET SAFETY https://www.pilgrimscross.co.uk/internet-safety-1/
Please remember if you have any concerns about any child (including those not at this school) please do call
NSPCC - 0808 800 5000
or email - email@example.com
come in to school and talk to our Designated Safeguarding Lead - Jon Le Fevre (headteacher) or one of our Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads - Richard Osmond (Deputy Headteacher) or Row Hutchison (Senior Leader)
ASSOCIATED POLICIES (safeguarding, child protection, behaviour etc) CAN BE FOUND HERE: