If you think a child or young person is being harmed or is at risk of being harmed then you must contact Children Services and tell them your concerns.
It might be you that is being harmed. Do not delay, please contact us straight away – we are here to help you.
You can report your concerns online via the ‘Report child abuse online – NSPCC website’ or phone the Initial Contact Team on 0345 678 9021.
If you need to report concerns out of office hours then please contact the Emergency Duty Team on 0345 6789040.
You can also speak to:
Protecting Vulnerable People (West Mercia Police): 0300 333 3000
NSPCC: 0800 800 5000
Childline: 0800 1111
If a child is in immediate danger
If you think a child is in immediate danger, call the emergency services on 999.
At the beginning of each session or school day parents are requested to notify us of any accidents, incidents or injuries which may affect their child before leaving him/her at the setting/school. A note will be made of any existing injuries and how the injury was received will be recorded. A body map may be used to indicate any marks/bruises
The school’s Safer School (SS) Committee met with Shropshire Council’s SS representative, Ian Bartlett, on Tuesday 4th July as part of the annual SS review, along with new Year 5 pupil representatives Megan & Edward. Mr Bartlett was very impressed with the school’s record and granted us re-accreditation. Megan & Edward are going to carry the Safer Schools’ mantle into the next academic year and now have a dedicated ‘Safer Schools’ area on the Rights Respecting School in the main foyer.