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The Designated Safeguarding Lead is:


Miss S.Taylor



Telephone : 0208 501 1115



Deputy Designated Leads:


Mrs K Tutty Lyons- Deputy Headteacher 

Miss L Walsh- SENDCo

Mrs Williamson- Nursery Manager

Miss A Stevens- Class Teacher 

Mrs Holder- Office Admin and Wellbeing Mentor



Safeguarding Link Governor


Mr Daniel Bukenya



If you have any concerns with regard to the Safeguarding of any child or young adult, you can telephone Social Care directly on

0345 603 7627

Out of working hours telephone number: 0345 606 1212


Safeguarding statement


The safety and well-being of children is a core responsibility of the school: children who feel safe and happy will thrive. At Limes Farm Infant School and Nursery, we take safeguarding, including our statutory responsibilities, very seriously.


We achieve this objective by:

  • Establishing a safe environment in which children can learn and develop.
  • Supporting pupils who have been abused in accordance with his/her agreed child protection plan.
  • Raising awareness of child protection issues and equipping children with the skills needed to keep them safe. Pupils are taught about safeguarding as a part of the national curriculum through PSHE, RSE and Religious Education.
  • Promoting British values, these include: democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs, and for those without faith.
  • Developing and then implementing procedures for identifying and reporting cases, or suspected cases, of abuse.
  • Ensuring we practise safe recruitment in checking the suitability of staff and volunteers to work with children.
  • Staff development, including learning to recognise children in need of protection. This includes taking the stance that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.




Since July 2015 all schools (as well as other organisations) have had a duty to safeguard children from radicalisation and extremism under Prevent, a government strategy designed to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorist or extremist causes. The Prevent strategy covers all types of terrorism and extremism, including extreme right wing groups, violent Al Qa’ida-influenced groups and other causes. This means we have a responsibility to protect children from extremist and violent views the same way we protect them from drugs, gang violence, abuse and sexual exploitation. Importantly, we can provide a safe place for pupils to discuss these issues so they better understand how to protect themselves. 




Many of the things we already do in school to help children become positive, happy members of society also contribute to the Prevent strategy. These include:


  • Exploring other cultures and religions and promoting diversity;
  • Challenging prejudices and racist comments;
  • Developing critical thinking skills and a strong, positive self-identity;
  • Promoting the spiritual, moral, social and cultural
  • Development of pupils, as well as British values such as democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs


We will also protect children from the risk of radicalisation, for example by using filters on the internet to make sure they can’t access extremist and terrorist material, and by vetting visitors who come into school to work with pupils. 


The Head Teacher, Deputy Head Teacher, Chair, Vice Chair of Governors and all Class Teachers have received Prevent Awareness Training which has been cascaded to all staff working at Limes Farm Infant School and Nursery.




Extremism – vocal or active opposition to fundamental British values such as democracy, the rule of law and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs


Terrorism – a violent action against people or property, designed to create fear and advance a political, religious or ideological cause


Radicalisation – the process by which a person comes to support extremism and terrorism 


If you have any further concerns or comments to make, please speak with Miss Taylor Head Teacher in the first instance.



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