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Safeguarding

Oakdale Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are fully committed to ensuring that consistent effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support families, children and staff at school. All concerns are passed through the members of staff who are trained as "Designated Child Protection Officers" in school in compliance with the "sharing of information" guidance.

 

If you have any serious concerns about a child, particularly if you think they may be suffering or at risk of suffering harm, please share this information promptly with the 

Designated Safeguarding (and Prevent) Lead (Mrs K Gillingham) or

the Deputy Leads (Mrs E Bissell, Mr G Woolley, Miss E Black and Mr C Monk). 

 

Other useful contacts - 

Our pastoral team: Mrs B Moore and Ms M Conba

Anti bullying champion: Miss J Bugh

Online safety champion: Mr D Wingrove

Safeguarding Link Govenor: Mrs L Naylor

 

 

The Police via Operation Encompass alert the school directly that a domestic abuse incident has occurred at the home of a child.  However, routinely the detail of the incident will not be shared with the education setting unless there are other concerns about a child’s welfare.  This is to ensure that education settings meet their data protection requirements.

 

You can read our safeguarding policy on our dedicated policies page, along with additional safeguarding information from the DfE, and important information for parents.

 

IF YOU ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE SAFETY OR WELFARE OF YOUR CHILD, OR A CHILD YOU KNOW, YOU SHOULD ACT WITHOUT DELAY YOU CAN ASK FOR ADVICE, OR REPORT YOUR CONCERN TO:

 

Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole – Children's First Response Hub:01202 123334
childrensfirstresponse@bcpcouncil.gov.uk
Dorset Families and Members of the Public:01202 228866
 

In an emergency or out of hours contact:

Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Out of Hours Service:01202 738256
childrensOOHS@bcpcouncil.gov.uk
Dorset Out of Hours Service:01305 228558
Police Non-Emergency:101
Police Emergency:999
 

Useful Links

  • Local safeguarding guidance documents for BCP  schools are on the PDSCP web site.
  • You can find further information at the Poole Family Information Service by clicking here.

  • You can find further support by accessing the Counselling Directory by clicking here.

 

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (incidents can be reported through the website) WWW.CEOP.POLICE.UK

 

Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)

BCPDorset

Phone: 01202 817600

Email: LADO@bcpcouncil.gov.uk

Phone: 01305 221122
In case of emergency outside of the above hours, contact the Out of Hours Team:
01202 73825601305 228558

 

Domestic Violence:

24 hr National DV Helpline (Refuge) 0808 2000247; Domestic Violence Support Services 01202 547755

 

BCP Domestic Abuse Support

0800 0325204

 

DC Domestic Abuse Support

You First Integrated Service

 

Domestic Violence:

Poole DA Outreach 01202 710777

 

Dorset Police Safe Schools and Communities Team: 01202 222844

 

DfE’s Counter Extremist Helpline (Prevent): 020 7340 7264

 

Rail/road/water safety Network Rail safety website. 

RNLI  Drugs and alcohol The link to the YADAS service is here. Anti bullying The Anti bullying Alliance provides a lot of advice for parents and young people.  Dorset Police Dorset police website has a lot of information which can be used for the school safeguarding page and training up-dates.

 

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