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Kimberley Primary School


Safeguarding our Children


Kimberley Primary and Nursery School fully recognises its responsibility to protect children and support pupils in its care.


The aim of our Safeguarding policy is to outline our safeguarding procedures and share how we promote our pupils' welfare, safety and health. 


You can download our whole school safeguarding policy and the guidance we follow when receiving visitors to the school, by clicking on the links below:

The pupils' welfare is of paramount importance and there are four main elements to our Safeguarding policy:


  • Prevention (e.g. positive school relationships);
  • Protection (by following agreed procedures, ensuring staff are trained and supported to respond appropriately and sensitively to safeguarding concerns);
  • Support (to pupils and school staff);
  • Working with parents (to ensure appropriate communications and actions are undertaken).


In addition to the employed staff, all visitors and contractors are required to pass necessary checks before they come on to the site. The following named staff have particular responsibilities for safeguarding matters in school.

If you have ANY concerns about the safeguarding of a pupil at Kimberley Primary School, you can contact the safeguarding team via the school office or the email address below. Please note that this email address will be checked weekly during school holidays. 

Whole School Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Policies linked to the Whole School Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Online Safety


Online Safety is of paramount importance when we work to safeguard our children. 


We regularly send out information about how you can safeguard your children whilst they are online via our newsletter.  In addition, our computing curriculum covers online safety in school regularly and we work to educate the children in order that they are also aware of how to keep themselves safe.


The websites below offer helpful advice, guidance and links to support you at home.

The 'Think U Know' website lets you find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. Most importantly, there’s also a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are chatting to online. 

Other useful websites to help you keep your children safe are here.