It is extremely important that we keep our children safe and secure at all times. In order to do this we have a variety of systems and protocols in place which we ask parents to support and fully adhere to at all times.

  • A secure entry system with intercom

  • CCTV cameras are placed around the school site

  • On-site parking is restricted to school staff only

  • A member of the SLT stands at the entrances every morning

  • All staff are issued with photo identity lanyards

  • Adults authorised to visit the school site are required to sign in and out and wear visitors' lanyards at all times

  • All adults working regularly with children (more than three times in a month) will be subject to a DBS check

  • All staff, including supply teachers and other adults working with children, are given information about how to report concerns

  • Extra- curricular clubs must provide the school with qualification certification and DBS

  • All staff receive safeguarding training annually, with regular updates throughout the year.

  • Staff, governors, parents and children sign an Acceptable Use Agreement for safer internet use

Whilst all of our staff are responsible for safeguarding in Foulds, there are some key roles:

  • Kim Sanett is the Designated Safeguarding Lead

  • Amy Ingall, Kath Strong and Rebecca Tree are Deputy Designated Safeguarding Officers

  • Kavita Band is the designated Safeguarding Governor

  • Rachel Gagnon leads on whole school e-safety

Please click the tab to read our safeguarding policy.

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Stranger Danger Rules:

•             Never go anywhere with a stranger.

•             Never accept gifts or sweets from a stranger.

•             Never get in a car with a stranger.

•             Always tell a trusted adult if you think something bad happened or might happen.

•             Never go off on your own without telling your parents or a trusted adult.

•             Tell your child it is okay to break the rules if they are in danger.