Dundry Church of England Primary School is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all our children and we take Safeguarding very seriously.

All our staff are appropriately trained and all have current Enhanced DBS checks.  We follow DfEs guidelines for 'Safer Recruitment' when employing new staff.

All external MAT policies, including Safeguarding, can be found via the following link:

Any parents or helpers must also be DBS checked before helping in class, and all tradespeople such as who may need to work in the School, are checked and never unsupervised.

We have a system of locks on our doors so that we know children are completely safe inside our building and 'strangers' are not able to enter.

If you have any concerns regarding Safeguarding issues, please speak to Mr Alun Williams, CEO who is the Senior Designated Professional, or any member of staff.

Please see below for our key safeguarding documents, and for guidance on keeping your child safe online. You can find our Safeguarding Policy along with other key policies by following the link to the MSNP policies.

‘I will be a pledge of his safety. From my hand you shall require him. If I do not bring him back to you and set him before you, then let me bear the blame forever.’ Genesis 43:9

Mrs Anne-Marie Maggs

Head of School - Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Ruth Noall

Executive Headteacher - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mr Mark Thompson

Safeguarding Governor

To find further information on our policy for Social Media please use the link to the MSNP policies. 
The NSPCC website has recently launched some new resources regarding keeping children safe on the internet.  There is a link to a guide to social networks and some tips for talking to your children about appropriate use of these, which you may find useful below. (NSPCC)
You may also find the website Hector's World useful for learning more about e-safety for your children. Please click the link below. (Hectors World)