Keeping Children Safe
At Cranfield Church of England Academy we believe that a caring school promotes the welfare, health, safety and guidance of every child and adult in our school family. This commitment is unchanging in the case of our closure.
If you have any concerns about any family or child’s well-being, you can make us aware of your concern via this new e-mail address: email@example.com.
Please be aware that the Academy’s Safeguarding Leaders, Mrs Dormer and Mrs Massey may make contact with you, but will treat any concern raised with the strictest confidentiality.
Please be aware that if your child or family is currently within a category of safeguarding e.g. Early Help, Early Help Plus, Child in Need etc. Mr Piatczanyn, Mrs Massey and Mrs Dormer will be making contact with you during any closure or isolation periods. This may be over the phone and may also be in home visits where doorstep contact with your children may be requested. Please note that this is as part of our desire to ensure you are supported effectively whilst your child is not in school.
Comprehensive Safeguarding Information can be viewed here.
An Addendum to our Safeguarding Policy during the current lockdown
can be viewed here.
Comprehensive Information on Online Safety can be viewed here.
Get support by:
- reporting harmful online content to the UK Safer Internet Centre
- getting government advice and trusted resources from Educate Against Hate on safeguarding from radicalisation, building resilience to extremism, and promoting shared values