Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
Fawley Infant School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The safety and wellbeing of every child in the care of Fawley Infant School is our absolute priority. We expect all of our staff, pupils, parents, volunteers, Academy Councillors, visitors, contractors and third party professionals to share this view.
Reporting a Concern
If you have a safeguarding concern about a child, please contact a DSL via: dsl.FIS@ilpartnership.org
Alternatively, you can contact Hampshire Children's Services directly on email@example.com, or phone:
Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm & Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm:
0300 555 1384
Out of hours contact telephone number for Children's Services:
0300 555 1373
Please note - in an emergency call 999
If your safeguarding concern is about an adult working or volunteering in the school, you should contact the Principal, Zoe Doyle. If your safeguarding concern is about the Principal, you should contact the Chair of the Trustees, Tim Sunderland firstname.lastname@example.org. As an alternative, or if Tim is not available, you can contact the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO).
If you wish to make an allegation or have a concern about an employee working with children or young people, concerns should be reported to the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) - 023 8091 5535 / 07500 952 037 or email: LADO@southampton.gov.uk.
On 1st April 2021, the DfE established a dedicated helpline, run by the NSPCC, to support survivors of sexual harassment and abuse in education settings: 0800 136 663.
A copy of the Trust Allegations Policy can be found here:
Our safeguarding Academy Councillor is Mandy Hooper - email@example.com
Fawley Infant School's Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs)
DSL (ID 1230)
We use a computerised system called CPOMS to record and track safeguarding concerns.
Pupil Wellbeing Survey
This term we conducted a pupil wellbeing survey to capture pupil voice and inform our action plan. Here are the results:
Domestic abuse means any threats, violence, controlling or coercive behaviour that takes place between family members or people aged over 16 who are in a relationship with each other (or have been in the past).
Domestic abuse can happen regardless of social group, class, age, race, disability or sexuality of the individuals involved. Domestic abuse can affect men, women and those who identify as non-binary. It can occur in any relationship - heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, young or old.
It is a pattern of behaviour used by abusers designed to establish and maintain power and control over another person.
If you, or anyone else, is at immediate risk of harm, telephone the police on 999. For help call the National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 (24 hrs) If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police.
Pippa Helpline: 023 8091 7917
NSPCC helpline for survivors of sexual harassment and abuse in education settings: 0800 136663
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