The protection and safeguarding of children in our care is our upmost priority at Wildlings
Get help if you are concerned about a child
Wildlings Designated Safeguarding Lead: Kerry Gill 07474762190 / 07713287277
Wildlings Deputy Safeguarding Lead: Cate Bush 07474762190 / 07713287277
Wildlings Management Committee Safeguarding contact: Neil Hunt email@example.com
For safeguarding concerns out of hours and during the holidays email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject URGENT:Safeguarding leaving a telephone number and a Safeguarding Lead will be in touch.
You can contact Starting Point for help and advice regarding concerns about any child.
The Local Authority also produces a flowchart to help educational settings determine the appropriate actions should they become aware of safeguarding issues. The flowchart can be accessed here: LADO Flowchart.
Another key area of safeguarding is the Prevent Duty strategy, aimed at preventing extremism and radicalisation. The headteacher and all staff have been trained in the statutory duty.
The statutory guidance can be found by clicking the link below:
The Prevent Duty: a guide for schools and childcare providers
Early Help services aim to both provide advice and/or intervene where there is evidence of emerging needs with the objective of preventing escalation to higher level services. We work alongside a variety of agencies and will provide support through the setting.
Requests for Early Help can be made by speaking to our DSL Kerry, or Manager Cate, emailing email@example.com or by following the links below:
Amber Valley Borough Council
Safe and Sound- fighting CSE
Mental Health- Children
Mental Health - Adults
Talking Mental Health