If you have any concerns about the welfare of our children please speak to:

Ms. Smith

(Designated Safeguarding Lead)

Mrs. Green

Mrs. Osborne

Mr. Hall

Mrs. Johnson

Or call Childrens Social Care on: 01202 458 101

Safeguarding at Malmesbury Park

The Governors recognise that children have a fundamental right to be protected from harm or exploitation and that pupils cannot learn effectively unless they feel secure. The Governors will, therefore, provide a school environment which promotes self-confidence, a feeling of worth and the knowledge that pupil’s concerns will be listened to and acted upon.

Governors, staff and volunteers in this school understand the importance of working in partnership with children, their parents/ carers and other agencies in order to promote children’s welfare.

The Governors will also ensure that the school carries out its statutory duties to report suspected Child Abuse to the Children’s Services Directorate (Social Care) and to assist that Directorate acting on behalf of children in need or enquiring into allegations of child abuse. Schools recognise the contribution they can make to protect and support pupils in their care.

The Local Authority is committed to ensuring that best practice is adopted when working with all children and young people, offering them support and protection and accepts that it has a legal and moral responsibility to implement procedures, to provide a duty of care for young people, to safeguard their well-being and to protect them from abuse.

Safety factsheet 2017

Child Protection Policy December 2018

Safeguarding Policy December 2018

Home Tutor Leaflet 2017

Code Of Conduct And Guidlines For Safe Working Practices

E-Safety March 2018

Child protection summary for temporary staff and volunteers

Anti-bullying Policy

Whistle Blowing Policy April 2019

Keeping Children Safe in Education - September 2018

What is the Prevent strategy


Anti-bullying links

E-Safety Links

We hope the links below cover all the information you are looking for.

SSCT online safety parents - Spring 2019

A complete guide to protecting a child's privacy online