safeguarding children is Everyone's responsibility

This page is currently under review.



Who can you talk to if you are worried about a child or young adult?

If you ever feel concerned about a safeguarding issue no matter how small it may be it is important that you share it. It is everyone's responsibility to look after children and young adults. Never feel that something is too small to say or think that 'it can't happen here'. We all need to be vigilant at all times and to communicate well to each other.

If you have child protection/safeguarding concerns about a child please see for information of what to do. 

If you want to discuss a concern with the school Amanda Bellamy is the Teacher in Charge at Park School and is the school's designated child protection officer. She is always available to talk to if you have any safeguarding concerns.(Telephone 01803 864588

The school has a deputy member of staff, as well as 2 people on the Council of Management who can also be contacted.(Please see the child protection policy for current names of people who will be able to offer support and guidance). 

All staff receive training in Child Protection and follow the procedures set out in the Child Protection policy.

The school holds a whistle blowing policy if you feel that these people can not help you.

You can also contact MASH(Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) for advice and to report a concern.

Online safety

We will put some links here to support you navigating the world of IT with your children.


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We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to any post including checks with previous employers and an enhanced DBS.  An Application form and information pack will be made available from the school office by emailing should a vacancy become available.