Safeguarding DSLs and Governors
Key Phone Numbers and documents
- Green recording form
- Body Map
- Low Level Concern Form (about an adult) and policy (see last section in Safeguarding policy)
- Whistleblowing / Allegation Form (about an adult)
- CPOMS for staff
- Make a MASH referral – IARF form here or phone 0300 555 1381 (out of hours – 0300 555 1373)
- Make a Prevent Referral – call the National Police Prevent line on 0800 011 3764. You can also call MASH above. Use this form to help gather information.
- Make a LADO referral – LADO notification form or phone – 01962 876 364
- Make an EHH referral – Honeycomb Early Help Hub – 01256 776189 Online forms are here.
- CPI Form (for sharing of local information with police) – Link
- Attendance Legal Panel (now LIT) – referral form
Can be found here.
Submit a Website Review Request
- Yes, it could happen here
- Little things matter – puzzle!
- Always ensure child’s wellbeing
- Act quickly – Pass to DSL – straight away
- Record – carefully and fully
- Follow up afterwards
Mental Health & Wellbeing Advice
… just click here!
When should I call the police?
Check out this guidance
Safeguarding Acronymns List
Prevent – Ideologies
Training on Teaching about relationships, sex and health
Toolkits and Links
Sexting – Do’s and Don’ts
What to do if you have a concern about a child:
- Act quickly
- Speak to a DSL – Mr Applegate, Mrs Ford, Mrs Elms
- Complete a green form (see download link above) and pass it on straight away, or teachers, create a CPOMS entry. If necessary, call a DSL. Not got a number? Phone someone who does.
- If you need to seek advice or make a referral yourself, and a DSL cannot be contacted, then you must phone 01329 225379 or complete an online IRAF form here. Out of hours phone 0300 555 1373. In an emergency, phone 999. This document is really helpful, too – it walks you through the process step by step.
Worried about a child who might be being radicalised or becoming in involved in terrorist activities? Complete an online IRAF form here.
Who should you contact if you have a concern?
Wholeschool safeguarding training – March 2022
Introduction to Safeguarding Videos
What’s a Low Level Concern?