Hasland Junior School

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Safeguarding Information Sheet

The Derbyshire Area Child Protection Committee has issued details of procedures to take account of The Children Act 2004.

Parents should be aware that the school will take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of its pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be subject to ill-treatment, neglect or any other forms of abuse, staff will have no alternative but to follow Derby and Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Procedures. Derbyshire Police are also working under a new initiative with Derbyshire County Council and will notify the school of every incident reported to them of domestic abuse where a child is known to be living in the household. This is to help schools support children and their families and may mean talking to pupils about their experiences, classroom discussion and school activities. This school is committed to protecting children and working with partners to stop domestic abuse.


Keeping Children Safe In Education


Hasland Junior School are committed to stopping Domestic Abuse.If we receive a Domestic Abuse notification from the police we will routinely monitor the child's welfare and engage with partner agencies when required. This forms part of our commitment to safeguarding all the children and young people.

If you believe that any child is in danger telephone Call Derbyshire on 01629 533190 choosing the option for urgent child protection calls at any time. Or contact the police by telephoning their call centre number on 101(24 hours a day )

If you wish to contact a school Designated Safeguarding Lead please call 01246 234250. If you are reporting a concern out of school hours or during the school holidays please email safeguarding@hasland-jun.derbyshire.sch.uk Please note this email address should only be used for reporting safeguarding concerns.


Designated Safeguarding Leads to contact in school

Useful websites for parents and children to help stay safe online:

CEOP - think you know -latest information on web - offers information on websites you like to visit

Child Online Safety - a practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media

Childline - contact is free and confidential and the site offers advice and guidance

Childline - how to remove nude image shared online

Childnet - works in partnership with others to help make the internet and great and safe place for children

Common Sense Media - provides reviews, age ratings and other information about all types of media

Common Sense Media - parent's decision guide to You Tube for young kids

Get Safe Online - expert advice on staying safe online

Internet Matters - helping parents keep children safe online

Internet Watch Foundation - hotline for reporting criminal online content

NSPCC - Stop abuse together

NSPCC - Share Aware - help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games

NSPCC - Zipit - helps you keep a situation under control, packed with killer comebacks and tips

NSPCC - 8 tips to keep your kids safe online during lockdown

Our Pact - this app lets parents block internet sites and apps and lets you manage your child's internet usage

Parent Information - information for parents to help keep children safe

Parentsafe - keeping your child safe online and beyond

Stopping Domestic Abuse Together (SDAT) -We are committed to "Stopping Domestic Abuse Together " and if we receive notification from Derbyshire Police , we will routinely monitor the child's welfare and engage with partner agencies where required. This forms part of our school commitment to safeguarding all children. 


UK Safer Internet Centre - offers e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children stay safe on the internet

CEOP link to report any concerns regarding Child Sexual Exploitation