Our Online Safety Policy is currently being updated following the publication of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023 guidance.
At Bradfield School we take the safeguarding of our students very seriously. We encourage and guide our students to adopt safe practices and live healthy lifestyles.
In addition to speaking to staff at school, students and parents / carers can use the QR codes and / or email addresses below to report safeguarding, or bullying concerns directly to us.
QR code to email concerns around bullying QR code to email safeguarding concerns
We all have a statutory duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. We have safeguarding policies and systems in place to help their safety, and to ensure a consistent approach to practices throughout the school, followed by all staff. We regularly undertake training. Our policy is reviewed annually and in line with any changes made to Keeping Children Safe in Education, which you can view below.
We are committed to working closely with parents and carers for the benefit of our students. We also work with professionals to help families receive any support that they require.
Our curriculum is enhanced through a range of external visitors, such as police officers, who talk to students about community issues and staying safe, including:
- Road Safety
- Fire Safety
- Dark nights
- Safe People
- Drugs and Alcohol Awareness.
- Online Safety
- Knife and Gun Crime
We provide regular Safeguarding Updates for Parents and Carers linked to topics explored in school.
Bradfield Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy