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Designated Safeguarding lead


Catherine Jollands


Deputy Safeguarding Lead


Rachael Rideout

Our most important role as a community is keeping children safe . . .

If you are worried about any child, whether they are part of our school "family" or not, we urge you to come and talk to us. All of our staff are trained to handle child protection issues and have the safeguarding knowledge about what to do when they are aware of disclosures about children. So which ever member of the team you feel comfortable approaching you can be sure they will handle your concern with discretion.

We are also sure you will understand, that if it comes to our attention that a child is at risk, we cannot promise to keep secrets; but we will handle all information with the utmost sensitivity.

If you feel you can't talk to school, or if an issue arises outside school hours, the details below will guide you to the best place to seek help for the child or children concerned.


Where you are concerned that a child is suffering harm or at risk of suffering harm, contact Children's Services Customer Service Centre (01522 782111).


Where there is concern that a member of staff or volunteer has:


 • Behaved in a way that has harmed a child, or may have harmed a child.
 • Possibly committed a criminal offence against or related to a child.
 • Behaved towards a child or children in a way that indicates that he or she would pose a risk of harm if they work regularly or closely with children


contact: Local Authority Designated Officer (01522 554674 / 01522 554668).



Where you are seeking general advice on policies or procedures, and/or support with safeguarding, contact: Safeguarding Children Officer for Education Settings (01522 554695).

Lincolnshire County Council also publish helpful numbers for reporting concerns HERE.

Local Authority safeguarding update letters