Any issue relating to child protection should be referred to the Designated Safeguarding Lead, Steve Hughes and in his absence, to either of our Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads Ellis Higgs or Sarah Dyer
Middleton Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Safeguarding is everybody’s responsibility. Middleton is committed to ensuring that all children and young people are safe and feel safe and that children, parents/carers and staff are able to talk about any safeguarding concerns and feel assured that they will be listened to. All staff and volunteers are aware of and implement safeguarding procedures and guidance, including what to do if they suspect a child or young person may be experiencing, or be at risk of, harm.
At Middleton Primary School the welfare of our pupils is paramount.
Under the Children Act 1989 the School has a duty to keep all children safe and to protect them from harm.
Any issue relating to child protection should be addressed to 'FAO Safeguarding Lead, Steve Hughes' at email email@example.com
Any case of suspected abuse will be monitored and will be referred to the Children’s Services Department of Milton Keynes Council.
All child protection issues will be treated by the School as confidential.
Milton Keynes Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) has information of support services available to families regarding safeguarding of children on their website, as well as details about who to contact if you have a concern about a child or a vulnerable adult. The MASH contact number is 01908 253169 or 01908 253170.
If you were to have a concern about any adult who works directly with children, please contact the Milton Keynes Local Area Designated Officer (LADO) on 01908 254307.
Safeguarding Guidance/Explanation of key terms
Below is a 20 minute 'Safeguarding Podcast' outlining the various ways here at Middleton we aim to keep your children safe. Click on the link and you can either listen directly to the podcast, or download it using the Podbean app.
Young Carers at Middleton