Our Duty as an Education Provider
Our school recognises our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of pupils and staff. We will endeavor to provide a safe and welcoming environment where everyone is respected and valued. We will be alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and will follow our procedures to ensure that the children receive effective support, protection and justice.
Please note that in accordance with the North East Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Partnership policies and procedures, should a child make a disclosure in school then we will contact Children’s Services who may request that the child/children are kept at school until further notice.
What to do if you have a concern about the safety, care or welfare of a child or young person?
If you have a concern, you can contact our Designated Safeguarding Team. However, please speak to any member of staff if you have a concern you think needs sharing as they will inform the relevant person.
Or you can:
Contact the Integrated Front Door on 01472 326292 Option 2
Report a concern online via NE Lincs Safeguarding Children Partnership website
Contact the police on 101 or 999 if in an emergency.
If you are concerned about the safety or well-being of any child you know, you should act without delay.
Best Futures Independent School fully recognises the contribution it makes to Child Protection and the safeguarding of all children/pupils. Ensuring risks to children at our school are minimalised, this will enable them to achieve, be happy and safe. Every child deserves the chance to reach their full potential