Planning for Partial School Opening

In line with Government guidelines we are working with parents of Year 10 students and our staff to develop and implement safe strategies to extend school provision to Year 10 students along with children of key workers from June 15th . As soon as our school plan is agreed it will be published to all parents.

Please click here to read a letter from Mrs Canham regarding the reopening of schools within the Quantock Education Trust.

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We have today issued a new Home Schooling Timetable to help our Year 7,8 and 9 students plan their home learning.

Don't forget you can click here to access a range of resources to help with home schooling

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If you are a key worker and require childcare for your son or daughter at Haygrove School because you have no other safe childcare provision, please email key@haygrove.somerset.sch.uk stating your child’s name, registration group, parent's name, parent's occupation and the days/times you intend to send your child to school.

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Safeguarding

Where staff have reason to suspect that a child may be the subject of abuse, they must immediately inform our Designated Safeguarding Lead or Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, who will take the action necessary.  Where both these members of staff are unavailable, staff must inform the Headteacher.

Designated Safeguarding Lead – Mr G Walters, Assistant Headteacher (Pastoral)

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead – Miss L Gregg

Headteacher – Mr A Reid

Haygrove School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Click here to view our Safeguarding Process Flowchart and Safeguarding Policy

 


Safeguarding Key Messages

  • Child abuse can affect any child and may be carried out by anyone.  It is usually carried out by someone well known to the child.
  • Safeguarding is everybody's responsibility.
  • Abuse has a profound emotional and/or physical effect on not only the child, but also their families and the wider community.
  • All adults who work with children need to know what their responsibilities are.
  • Some groups of children seem to have an increased risk of abuse, for example disabled children, or children living in stressful, violent or chaotic situations.
  • The prevalence of abuse (most research suggests 10% of children are affected).

So remember:

  1. Recognise - be alert to the signs of abuse.
  2. Respond - make an appropriate approach or response to the child.
  3. Report - tell an agency responsible for the protection of children (Police/Health/Children's social Care/Education).
  4. Record - write down your concerns, sign and date them.  They may provide evidence at a later stage.

"Pupils feel safe and are safe and well looked after. Pupils are clear about what they need to do to keep themselves safe and what to do if they have any concerns." OFSTED 2016

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