Renishaw Primary School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, ensuring they are safe both at school as well as home. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and that consistent, effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support families, children and staff at school.
We follow the procedures set out by the Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board in the Derby and Derbyshire Safeguarding Procedures (, Derbyshire County Council, the DfE and we actively support the Government’s Prevent Agenda to counter radicalisation and extremism.

Our Senior Designated Person is Mr Simon Fuller, Head Teacher. Our Deputies are Mr Gregg Harrison – Assistant Head teacher and Mrs Jayne Bentley – Class teacher . Our nominated Governor for Child Protection and Safeguarding is Julie Meiner – Vice Chair.

Our first priority is of course your child(ren)’s welfare and the school is required to take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of its pupils. Sometimes we may need to share information and work in partnership with other agencies when we have concerns about a child(ren)’s welfare. We will ensure that our concerns are discussed with a child(ren)’s parents/carers first, unless we have reason to believe that such a move would be contrary to the welfare of said child(ren). In a case such as this the school is obliged to follow the  Child Protection procedures and inform Social Care of the concern.

2019Working Together to Safeguard Children
Prevent Duty Guidance
Keeping children safe in education 2019




Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

School Safeguarding Audit May 2018

Keeping Children Safe in Education

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Multi Agency Team – Eckington And Dronfield

These teams bring together staff from different professional backgrounds, such as education support, children’s centres, health and social care under a single manager who oversees support for children, young people and families within the local community.

The team works closely with local schools and other local organisations such as Job Centre Plus, GP’s and community groups in supporting local people.

The main role of the team is to support children, young people and families who have additional needs, to work with specialist services such as disability teams, and to help children and families become healthier and meet their full potential.

The creation of new teams makes it simpler for families to access and use support services.

Northeast Derbyshire Family Support Centre,
The Grange House 88 Southgate
Derbyshire S21 4FT

Telephone 01629 537169 Email address
Age groups: Birth To 19 years
Open Monday to Friday 09:00 – 17:00

Domestic Abuse Notice

This school will receive from Derbyshire Police a notification of every incident that has been reported to them or known to them of domestic abuse where a child is known to be living in the household.

This is a Derbyshire Police initiative working with Derbyshire County Council Children’s Services. Safe guarding is everyone’s responsibility and this is to help schools with responses to domestic abuse by helping them support children and their families exposed to or involved in domestic abuse.

This may mean talking to pupils about their experiences, raising awareness through classroom discussion and schools activities, helping victims and families by providing to them signposting information.

This school is committed to protecting children and young people and working with partners to stop domestic abuse.

Important contact details

Tel: 08456 058 058
Fax: 01629 585 669
Minicom: 01629 585 400

Out of hours Call Derbyshire
Tel: 01773 728222
Fax: 01629 585669
Minicom: 01629 585400

NSPCC – National Helpline
0808 800 5000

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