We take the safeguarding of our children very seriously. It is the responsibility of all adults (inside and outside the school setting) to report any concerns they may have over children's welfare. Our guidelines, information and contact details are below.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS disclosures are required for all staff and regular volunteers.
Designated Senior Leads for Safeguarding for the Devon Moors Federation:
Steve Mellor - Executive Head
Rachel Worrall - Pre-School Leader at Copplestone
Emma Donne - Head of School at Spreyton
Alison Mackey - Head of School at Copplestone
Liz Eggleton - Head of School at Filleigh
Martin Marriott - Head of School at Shute
Lee White - Head of School at Kilmington
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
If you are concerned about a child or young person in Devon and want to speak to someone, contact our Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 0345 155 1070 or email email@example.com and give as much information as you can.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This applies in real life but also online. Online safety is a key part of the Computing national curriculum and Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE). Working with pupils and parents, we are looking to provide children with the ability to make good choices online and to promote positive and safe behaviour.
Online Safety is a broad term covering using the Internet for research, communicating with others (text, image and video), playing games, collaborating with others and many other things.
It is difficult to keep up with the latest trends and new technologies, therefore we are pleased to be able to share below some links to websites and documents to help keep children and adults safe and happy online.
Devon Children and Families Partnership - Safeguarding
Government guidance for parents and carers to keep children safe online
Keeping your child safe when accessing the Internet and the World Wide Web
NSPCC - Keeping children safe
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