Mrs Amanda Leigh
Designated Safeguarding Lead - Creweamanda.email@example.com
Head of KS 3 & 4
Mrs Kim Cepeda-Wilson
Deputy Safeguarding Lead - Crewekimwilson@springfield.cheshire.sch.uk
Headteacher - Crewe
Mrs Lisa Hodgkison
Deputy Safeguarding Lead - Crewe & Wilmslowhead@springfield.cheshire.sch.uk
Mrs Fiona Hartley
Designated Safeguarding Lead - Wilmslowfiona.firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Headteacher - Wilmslow
Mrs Kirsty Arthur
Deputy Safeguarding Lead - Wilmslowkirsty.email@example.com
Headteacher - Wilmslow
The safeguarding of children is a high priority at Springfield School.
The school has a Safeguarding Designated Lead this is Amanda Leigh at Springfield, Crewe and Fiona Hartley at Springfield Wilmslow. Deputy Safeguarding Lead is Lisa Hodgkison, Executive Headteacher. Kim Cepeda-Wilson, Head of School (Crewe) and Kirsty Arthur, Head of School (Wilmslow).
All staff working within the school have a current DBS which is a certificate issued following a search through police records. DBS details are recorded on the Central Register which is constantly updated and records of references and qualifications are maintained along side.
Staff have regular updates of safeguarding training and more in-depth training for certain staff with management responsibilities. When we recruit new staff, we check to make sure that they are suitable to work with children and we follow the guidelines of safe recruitment. All new staff have a safeguarding briefing as part of their induction..
One of the Governors has a specific role and responsibility for Safeguarding matters and is able to report and advise the full Governing Body. The Safeguarding Governor is a member of the Behaviour, Safety & Care sub committee which as part of the committee’s remit is to scrutinise safeguarding procedures. Our Safeguarding governor is Donna Guy.
If there is any dissatisfaction with the effectiveness of safeguarding, these should be raised with the Executive Headteacher or Head of Schools, or to the safeguarding Governor or put more formally through the school’s own complaints procedure.
British Values at Springfield School.
At Springfield School the importance of British values, such as fairness, respect for others and democracy is taught through our Personal, Social and Health Education lessons, in other curricular areas and in whole school celebration assemblies.
We aim to introduce concepts such as democracy and the rule of law in a way which is developmentally sensible to our pupils’ level of communication and understanding. We focus on an understanding of our place in the school community, in our local area and in the United Kingdom as a whole.
The School Council have met and discussed and agreed school rules which are being displayed around school. The School Council also helped plan a British Values Day which was very successful. Please take a look at the parents Safeguarding Newsletters for more information and photos.
We also now have a British Values book which includes work from all of the classes throughout the school.