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We are committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding all children at Court de Wyck Church School and expect everyone to share this commitment.

In line with our safeguarding policy and statutory guidance we have clear procedures in school for responding to any concerns about a child’ s safety or wellbeing.



  Designated Safeguarding Lead                              Safeguarding Governor

Jo Baker-Brown                                                          Barbara Hook




   Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead      Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

                      Leah Bingham                                                  Claire Fear                              





If you are concerned about a child's welfare or worried they are being abused, please contact one of the safeguarding team in school. Alternatively, you can make direct contact with the Local Authority via the link below.


The school is secure during the school day, so all visitors are asked to report to the main entrance. Please be mindful that for everybody’s safety, identification procedures will be carried out and you will be asked to wear a badge.

All members of staff are vetted against national safeguarding procedures before being allowed to work in school. At least one member of every interview panel has undertaken safer recruitment training to ensure that best practices and all necessary checks are carried out.


Guidance for Schools

Keeping Children Safe in Education: 


A Parents' Guide to being Share Aware:


Further safeguarding information can be found by following the links below: 


Pants - The Underwear Rule:  New NSPCC Campaign for Parents


Please follow the link below for information on this new campaign -

Please see below for the updated links for parents - 



At Childnet our Education Officers go into schools each day to deliver online safety Education Sessions to pupils, parents and teachers. Recently in these Education Sessions we have been noticing an increasing number of young people talking about the game ‘Fortnite’.


Parental controls | NSPCC
Innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. But parental controls can help keep your child safe.