Cottingley Village Primary School is committed to safeguarding all pupils and their families.
If you would like to speak to the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) or one of their Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads (DDSL), please contact the school office and request to speak to Miss Ward (DSL).
If Miss Ward is unavailable at the time you call, please request to speak to the DDSL on duty at that time.
If you know families who may be struggling, or where someone may be at risk, please can we ask that you take time to check up on them. If you think there is a concern about a child or young person or vulnerable adult, please refer it in the usual procedures above, or alternatively;
Visit https://www.saferbradford.co.uk/ and click on ‘report a concern’.
for up-to date contact telephone numbers for in and out of hours reporting lines.
As identified in the advice below, ‘Schools and childcare providers should have clear procedures in place for protecting children at risk of radicalisation. These procedures may be set out in existing safeguarding policies. It is not necessary for schools and childcare settings to have distinct policies on implementing the Prevent duty. General safeguarding principles apply to keeping children safe from the risk of radicalisation as set out in the relevant statutory guidance, Working together to safeguard children and Keeping children safe in education.‘
For further information use the links below regarding the Prevent Duty and Bradford’s action plan.