At Park Brow Primary School children learn in a caring, safe and inclusive environment. Children are nurtured to achieve their full potential whilst learning how to keep themselves safe. Children are taught to develop positive and healthy relationships, encouraging team work and respect for one another. Park Brow has a responsibility to share any concerns we may have, regarding the protection and safety of children to relevant external agencies including health and children’s services. School are not able to investigate concerns but have a duty to refer them. In most cases school will inform parents/ carers if a referral needs to be made. Park Brow follows current legislation and Local Safeguarding Children’s Board procedures with an aim to act in the interests of the child. Park Brow will always seek to work in partnership with parents and other agencies to ensure the best possible outcomes for the child and family.
Year 4, 5 and 6 enjoyed an informative performance detailing ways to stay safe online. The play highlighted risks associated with online apps, gaming and social media, addressing the importance of privacy settings. Following the production year 5 took part in practical workshops where they explored the importance of keeping safe online.
Ms Casey – Designated Safe Guarding Officer and Attendance Officer
Ms Burke – Designated Safe Guarding Lead
Mrs Forsyth – SEMH Lead