If you have any concerns around safeguarding you should speak to our Safeguarding team;
Heather Barnby Designated Safeguard Lead
Miss Brindley Designated Safeguard Deputy
Mrs Milton Designated Safeguard Deputy
Mrs Howard Designated Safeguard Deputy
Concerned about a child (Staffordshire)
If a child is in immediate danger please call 999
Call Staffordshire Advice and Support Service:
Phone: 0300 111 8007
Monday – Thursday 8:30am – 5:00pm Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Emergency Duty Service: (Out of Hours)
Telephone: 0345 604 2886 Mobile: 07815 492613
You can also visit the Staffordshire Safeguarding Children's Board for more information.
Home - Staffordshire Safeguarding Children Board (staffsscb.org.uk)
More safeguarding support within our website:
Mental Health and Wellbeing - Two Rivers Federation (tworiversschool.net)
Online Safety Support - Two Rivers Federation (tworiversschool.net)
Parent Carer - Support in the Community - Two Rivers Federation (tworiversschool.net)
LGBTQ+ - Two Rivers Federation (tworiversschool.net)
Bullying Support - Two Rivers Federation (tworiversschool.net)
Pupil Zone - Two Rivers Federation (tworiversschool.net) Pupil support including wellbeing, online safety, reporting functions
What is the PREVENT Strategy?
Prevent is a government strategy designed to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorist or extremist causes
The Prevent Strategy covers all types of terrorism and extremism, including the extreme far-right wing and extreme Islamist groups.
How does the Prevent strategy apply to schools and parents?
From July 2015 all schools have a duty to safeguard children from radicalisation and extremism.
This means we have a responsibility to protect children from extremist and violent views the same way we protect them from drugs or gang violence.
The Prevent strategy is not just about discussing extremism itself, which may not be appropriate for some children. However, it is about teaching children values such as tolerance and mutual respect.
Educate Against the Hate Website
Importantly, we can provide a safe place for pupils to discuss any issues so they better understand how to protect themselves.
Children are spending more time than ever on social media and gaming platforms so it is no surprise that online grooming by extremists is on the rise. Young people are especially being targeted by groups and individuals promoting violence and hatred.
Helping your child be digitally savvy and knowing the signs of radicalisation will help keep them safe and protect them from potential risks.
Netmums have partnered with Counter Terrorism Policing to highlight their safeguarding website, ACT Early, which is for parents, friends and families who are concerned about loved ones at risk of radicalisation. https://www.netmums.com/act-early
You want your child to be happy and healthy and that means you already know the places you can get help and advice if they’re not well or are struggling at school. Support is also there if you’re worried your child is being radicalised or exploited by extremists. https://actearly.uk/
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Below you will see the Low Level Concern Policy, Whistle Blowing Safeguarding Policy and the Safeguarding Policy.