Safeguarding

Parents, carers and staff all have the safety and wellbeing of our children at the centre of the decisions they make, both in and out of School. Keeping children safe is everyone's responsibility. Members of the public, as well as staff in helping agencies, can play a vital role in helping to protect children from abuse or neglect. Whilst the child’s welfare is always the most important consideration, there is also a duty on professionals to work in partnership with parents, to provide support where necessary and to ensure that children remain with their families wherever possible.
 
If any person thinks a child may be at risk of abuse or neglect, they should contact the local Childrens Services (formerly known as Social Services) or the NSPCC National Helpline.
 
For children who live in Redcar & Cleveland
The First Contact Team, Redcar & Cleveland Childrens Services, Seafield House Tel: (01642) 771500 Out of Hours Emergency Duty Team – Tel: (08702) 402994
NSPCC National Helpline
Tel: (0808) 8005000
 
If it is considered to be an emergency situation, they should dial 999 for the Police.
 
All Staff at Wilton Primary School receive regular Child Protection training. The School maintains a Single Central Record, which records all the adults who work with children at our school. We also only work with contractors (for example builders) who can meet our requirements regarding safeguarding of pupils.
 
Mrs Hill is the Designated Safeguarding Lead; Mrs Johnson, Mrs Barron and Mrs Gainford are the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads. Mr Richard Brocklesby-Brown is the Safeguarding Governor; all can be contacted through school.