Safeguarding at New Marske Primary School.
There can be no issue of greater importance to parents and carers than the safety of their children. Safeguarding is an area that remains a continuing focus at school, with the school employing a range of strategies to ensure that its systems and procedures are effective in promoting the welfare of all pupils and staff.
Within New Marske Primary School safeguarding is regarded as protecting children from maltreatment, preventing impairment of children’s health or development. This links closely to the school’s statutory duty for child protection which is the process of protecting individual children identified as either suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect.
Within school a team of staff are responsible for monitoring safeguarding with regular reports made to staff and governors about these issues within school. This team consists of:
|Mr J. Dooris||Head Teacher||Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)|
|Mrs Sarah Rule||Deputy Head Teacher||Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)|
|Mrs M. Rafferty||School Business Manager||Designated Safeguarding Governor|
|Mrs Y. Joy||Chair of Governors||Designated Child Protection Governor|
|Mrs A. Harrison||Governor||Designated Safeguarding Governor|
As well as school staff to support the work with safeguarding within New Marske Primary, the school also use the services of Pam Gartland: Safeguarding First, who supports the school by providing training and offering support to the school.
This role supports the work already undertaken by school to ensure systems and procedures are effective in promoting the welfare of all pupils and staff.
If you have any concerns about safeguarding or child protection please pass this concern onto Mr Dooris or Miss Mrs Rule.