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Safeguarding

Twin Sails Infant and Nursery school is commited to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; we expect all staff, governors, visitors and volunteers to share the same commitment.

 

Children and young people have a fundamental right to be protected from harm. If there is any reason to suspect that a child has suffered or is likely to suffer significant harm, staff and visitors must inform the Designated Safeguarding Leads immediately.

Designated Safeguarding Lead:

Sara Coulter - Deputy Head of School

 

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads:

Andrea Williams - Head of School

Katie Walker - SENDCo

 

Pastoral Care TA:

Helen Henstridge

 

Anti-Bullying Champion:

Nia Jennings (Teacher)

 

E-Safety Champion:

Kayleigh Atwill (Teacher)

 

Safeguarding Governor:

Dahlia Austin

 

The members of staff shown above are designated as having responsibility for liaising with the local social services department and other agencies. All other staff attend regular safeguarding training and understand how to contact social services at the MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub). However they will always refer to the DSL if they have concerns.

NSPCC  - 0808 800 5000

The Underwear Rule:

In our school we regularly talk to the children about how to keep themselves safe.

 

 

 

 

E-Safety

We believe at Twin Sails that it is hugely important for children growing up in today's digital world to know and understand how to use the internet safely. We have therefore taken positive steps in our learning to ensure that risks are minimalised by educating and empowering our children to use the Internet with care.

 

Our school E-safety champions are Miss Atwill and Mr Rogers.

They work hard to help keep everyone safe on-line by leading regular assemblies, organising E-safety days and ensuring all children know the 'Internet Awesome' rules. 

 

Please Click here for more information about E-Safety at Twin Sails.

E-Safety policy:

 

Bullying

https://bournemouth-poole-lscb.org.uk/children-young-people/bullying/ 

 

We all know that bullying can happen both in and out of school and parents, carers, teachers and other professionals have a duty to take action if they suspect or discover that a child is being bullied.

Bullying includes the constant repetition of any of the following:

  • People calling you names
  • Making things up to get you into trouble
  • Hitting, pinching, biting, pushing and shoving
  • Taking things away from you
  • Damaging your belongings
  • Stealing your money
  • Taking your friends away from you
  • ’Cyberbullying’
  • Spreading rumours
  • Threats and intimidation
  • Making silent or abusive phone calls
  • Bullies can also frighten you so that you don’t want to go to school, so that you pretend to be ill to avoid them

Are you being bullied?

Do you know someone who is being bullied?
Talk to your parent or adult in your family;
Talk to a Teacher, adult family friend or neighbour;

Get Advice e.g.

Anti Bullying Policy


  • Twin Sails Infant School and Nursery,
  • Blandford Road, Hamworthy,
  • Poole, Dorset, BH15 4AX
  • Telephone: 01202 672 377
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