Beighton Nursery and Infant School

Beighton Nursery and Infant School
Beighton Nursery and Infant School



Our Staff all have a statutory duty to “safeguard and promote the welfare of children”.

If staff have any concerns about the health and safety of a child or feel that something may be troubling them, they share this information with an appropriate member of staff straight away.

Some issues e.g. a child’s appearance, hygiene, general behaviour, can be shared with any teacher or member of support staff in this setting. This may be reporting small matters but we would rather they tell us things which turn out to be small than miss a worrying situation.

If the matter is very serious and may be related to a child protection concern, where the child has been harmed or is at risk of harm e.g. physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect, staff must talk to one of the people below immediately.

If the designated staff member (below) is unable to be contacted immediately the school office staff will notify them that a confidential and urgent matter needs to be dealt with as a priority. This document shows how we work with parents to safeguard our children.

The key policy that all our staff are familiar with and adhere to is DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education.

Here is how we work with parents to safeguard our children.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead:

Name: Lisa Hindley - Deputy Headteacher

Tel. 0114 2486572

Our Designated Safeguarding Deputies:

Name: Helena Reid - Headteacher

Name: Davinia Pedder - SENCO

Tel. 0114 2486572

Our Designated Safeguarding Governor:

Name: Simon Cadd

Contactable via the Safeguarding Lead, Deputy or the School Office

Further information and our policies:

Please click here for further information about Safeguarding in our school

These are our current Safeguarding Policies:


It's Everyones' Business

Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) have developed a website to provide easily accessible and up-to-date safeguarding information for professionals, and for children, young people, families and members of the public.
Click on the link below for more info:

‘Keep Them Safe’ – Raising Awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation

The Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board would strongly encourage all parents, carers and anyone who has contact with children and young people to undertake this short e-Learning course - it will give you the information that you need to help recognise the signs of sexual exploitation and how to respond if you are concerned. Click on the link below for immediate access to the course:

More Useful Links:

Child Safety on YouTube - Parent Factsheet