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At Manley Park Primary School, the physical and emotional health and well-being of our children is very important to us. We work tirelessly to ensure that all aspects of school life are safe for children, staff, parents, carers and all our visitors.

We work closely with other professionals to support our children and their families.  If you have any concerns regarding the safety or well-being of a child or you feel that you could benefit from additional support regarding your family situation, please contact one of our safeguarding team at school.  

Need to Talk?

  • Miss Avari is our Safeguarding Lead and her main role is to keep our children safe.
  • Miss Henderson, Mr Tudor & Miss McAuley are also part of the Safeguarding team.
  • You can speak to any adult in school, they will always listen to you.
  • You can email from home or school.
  • You can place a note in a Worry Box in class & an adult will arrange to meet with you.

Meet the Safeguarding Team


Miss Avari

Safeguarding Lead



Miss McAuley

Key Therapist



Miss Henderson




Mr Tudor

Deputy Headteacher




Some examples are:

 We keep the gates locked and check the building to make sure everyone is safe.

· We wear the appropriate lanyard in school, so everyone knows who the staff are and who visitors are around school.

· There is a worry box for us to share our feelings and concerns.

· We have trusted adults to help us.

· We learn to stay safe online as well as offline.

· We use resources from NSPCC such as the PANTS rule to help us keep ourselves and others safe.  

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

This policy is updated annually to reflect new guidance and legislation. The school is a safe environment in which children thrive and develop. We follow the Local Authority School Safeguarding arrangements which encompass the Department for Education's 'Keeping Children Safe in Education,’ updated annually.

 After the popularity of the family workshops this year, we are running further workshops for families in the School House. This will be an opportunity to discuss different aspects of safety and work together to talk about shared experiences.  We wil hopefully have sessions from Healthy Schools too. 

These will take place at 2pm on:

Thursday 19th September 2024- with Miss McAuley about Anxiety

Thursday 24th October 2024- with Miss Avari about Online Safety

Thursday 5th December 2024 with Miss McAuley about Zones of Regulation

Thursday 27th February 2025 with MissMcAuley about Phobia and Separation Anxiety

Thursday 22nd May 2025 TBC

Thursday 10th July 2025 TBC