BEEHIVE LANE, GREAT BADDOW, ESSEX, CM2 9SR
HEAD: MR PAUL SULLY
Forest School | Healthy School | Reading Connects | Sport England | School Games
Silver Award | Eco-
Keeping children safe is our highest priority and incorporates a wide range of responsibilities and duties from child protection to health and safety.
The school takes a pro active stance on e-
The designated person for child protection is the Headteacher or the deputy in his
absence. The designated lead in trained in safer recruitment, the prevention of child
sexual exploitation, anti extremism, first aid, educational visits, health and safety
and CEOP e-
All staff receive child protection training annually and any necessary training throughout the school year including all of the areas in the paragraph above during staff meetings.
All staff and regular volunteers are DBS checked and complete a disqualification by association declaration.
Beehive Lane Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We believe that all those who come into contact with children and families in their everyday work, including those who do not have a specific role in relation to safeguarding children, have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
|Special Education Needs|
|Themed Events & Visits|
|Dinners & Playtime snacks|
|Star of the Week|
|Annie Production 2016|
|SEN Information for Parents|
|Leave of Absence|
|Latest Ofsted Report|
|School Results Data|
|School Improvement Plan for Parents|
|School Improvement Plan for Pupils|
|Sport Premium Plan|
|Sport Premium Impact|
|Sport Premium End of Year Report|
|Child Protection Policy|
|PREVENT Guidance for schools|
|Keeping Children Safe in Education|
|Working Together To Safeguard Children|
|Dealing with Allegations Against Children Policy|
|Dealing with Allegations Against Staff|