We take the safety of our young people extremely seriously.
Safeguarding is what we do for all children and young people to keep them safe whilst in our care. Child protected describes the policy and procedures specifically for those young people who are at risk of serious harm or have been seriously harmed.
The welfare of each and every student at Riversides is of paramount importance and we aim to provide a caring, supportive and positive environment where children can feel safe, are able to learn and develop themselves. Adults in our school take all welfare concerns seriously and encourage children and young people to talk to us about anything that may worry them.
|Mark Green||Designated Safeguarding Leadfirstname.lastname@example.org||–|
|Rebecca Kemp||SENCO and Designated Teacher for LAC Pupilsemail@example.com||–|
|Ian Enwright||Deputy Safeguarding Leadfirstname.lastname@example.org||–|
|Madeleine Hill||Deputy Safeguarding Leademail@example.com||–|
|Dawn Barron||Deputy Safeguarding Leadfirstname.lastname@example.org||–|
|Sally Layton||Deputy Safeguarding Leademail@example.com||–|
|Mark Green||Online Safety Cofirstname.lastname@example.org||–|
Safeguarding in the school holidays
If you experience difficulties in the school holidays or at weekends and you or your children are in immediate danger: please call 999
You can also call Worcestershire Family Front Door on 01905 822666 to report concerns for other families or about your own family.
Class teachers will not be expected to keep their work phones on during the holidays. You can call school and leave a message on the answer machine which will be checked every couple of days in the holidays. 01905 21261
There is also the Safeguarding School mobile phone number which can be called or will receive text messages which will be checked regularly during the holidays. 0759 2307439