Safeguarding in Schools

Hadleigh Infants and Nursery School's Designated Safeguarding Team
 
Mr. S. Proctor
Mrs. P. Burls
Miss. K. Ryan
Mrs. K. Strickland
County Lines
 
 
The school is very aware of the local issues surrounding County Lines and works hard to ensure that our children know what to do when others are trying to negatively influence them. I would like to remind parents that, as a school, we are not only here to support the children but also families who find themselves in vulnerable situations. 
 
If as parents you have any concerns linked to County Lines, please contact one of the school's Designated Safeguarding Team. 
 
A link to a website can be found below with further information linked to County Lines. 
 
Prevent
 
 

What is radicalisation and extremism?

 

The Government has identified two meanings in the legislation:

Radicalisation is “a process by which someone has their vulnerabilities or susceptibilities exploited towards terrorism or crime – most often by a third-party with their own agenda.”

Extremism is “the vocal or active opposite to fundamental British Values, including call for the death of members of our armed forces whether in this country or overseas.”

 

If you have any concerns linked to radicalisation or extremism, please contact one of the members of the school's Designated Safeguarding Team. 

 

 

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