At Ironville and Codnor Park Primary School we aim to help each child develop as an individual within a safe, caring and inspiring community. All children are given the opportunity through the school curriculum to achieve their full potential in a safe and nurturing environment, to learn self - respect and care for each other and the world in which they live.
We strive to offer an enabling environment for children and staff, where risks are minimised and well managed, and children are protected from harm and all types of abuse; where staff are vigilant for signs of any child in distress and are confident about applying the safeguarding procedures.
Parents should be aware that the school is required to take any reasonable action to safeguard its pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be subject to ill- treatment, neglect or other forms of abuse, the Headteacher is obliged to follow the Child Protection procedures established by the Derbyshire Area Child Protection Committee and inform the Social Services of the concern.
When the school refers a concern about a child to the Social Services Department, it is not accusing the parents of abuse but requesting that further investigation takes place to establish whether a child is at risk.
Please click here for the Child Protection and Safeguarding policy.
Health & Safety
The Health & Safety leader makes regular inspections together with a designated member of the Governing Body. Reports are made to the Headteachers who ensures any necessary action is taken. The school complies with all national and local Health & Safety Regulations.
Please note that mobile phones cannot be used on school grounds for safeguarding reasons unless a member of the Senior Leadership Team has given permission.
We recognise that parents, carers and family members may wish to record events such as school plays, sports days etc to celebrate their child’s achievements. However it is important that such records remain private and for family and personal use only. Please be very careful if putting your children’s images on the internet, including on social networking sites. If you wish to put images online, and these images contain children who are not part of your family, you must first obtain the permission of parents or carers of the other children concerned.
For further information about taking photographs in school and how the Data Protection Act does not apply to photographs or films being taken for personal use by family and friends please see https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/schools/photos/
Any objections to this policy should be addressed to the Headteacher.
Safeguarding at Ironville and Codnor Park Primary School 2021 - 2022
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Any volunteers or new members of staff have to have an induction with the Headteacher to discuss safeguarding within school and their responsibilities. All staff and volunteers to be kept up to date with any recent changes or any new documents.
The Senior Designated Safeguarding Lead is: Mrs J Grundy (Monday to Thursday) Mrs A Smedley (Friday)
The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead is: Miss C Crossley
The Designated Safeguarding Leads are: Mrs A Smedley and Mrs L Bowler
Local School Safeguarding Lead is: Mr P Bevington (SHINE MAT)
The Designated Lead for CIC (Looked after children) is: Mrs A Bourne
The Designated Lead for CME (Child Missing in Education) is: Miss Miss C Crossley
The Designated Lead for Anti- Bullying is: Miss C Crossley
The Designated Lead for Online Safety is: Mrs J Grundy
The Designated Link Governor for Safeguarding is: Mrs S Whitehouse
The Designated Link Governor for RSHE is: Mrs S Whitehouse & Mrs Maddocks
The Designated link Governors for Anti- Bullying are: Mrs J Orme & Mrs S Whitehouse
The Designated link Governor for Looked after Children (Child in Care) is: Mrs S West & Mrs S Whitehouse
The Designated link Governor for CME (Child Missing in Education) is: Mrs S West
The Designated link Governor for Online Safety is: Mrs S Whitehouse
Important Contact Details
Call Derbyshire (Children’s /Young Peoples and Adult Social Care) 24 hours
Telephone: 01629 533190
Police Central Referral Unit
Telephone: 0300 122 8719
NSPCC - National Helpline
0808 800 5000
0800 11 11
Clerk to Governors by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
0300 500 80 90.
Derbyshire Police 101- can route non urgent referrals through to the PREVENT Team
Alison Chandler is the lead officer for Prevent at Derbyshire County Council