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Safeguarding at Blean School

At Blean School we operate within a culture of safety where Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils is paramount.  We undertake annual training to ensure all staff understand and implement school policies and procedures linked to keeping our children safe.    All staff proactively promote children’s welfare and are committed to listening to children and developing our partnership with parents.  This includes following safer recruitment and vetting, having statutory policies linked to Safeguarding (which includes Child Protection and that has now been updated to include having an understanding of the Prevent Duty and to promote British Values).  Wider policies link to the acceptable use of technology, Equality and Diversity and a staff handbook that sets out clear expectations for all staff.  As a school community we all have a responsibility to safeguard our children and below are a range of policies and procedures to support this.  

If you have an urgent concern regarding Safeguarding please telephone the school to discuss this with Ian Rowden (Safeguarding Lead), Kara Satterley, Lynda Prior, Nicki Llewellyn, Lorraine Watson or Jane Williams (Deputy Safeguarding Leads).  None urgent contact can be made through enquiries@blean.kent.sch.uk.


If you have any concerns or worries about a child that you wish to report you can do this by telelphoning the NSPCC on 08088005000.

At Blean Primary School all staff are aware that Safe Guarding is everyone's responsilibty and the children's needs are paramount. All staff are taught how to:





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