Reedley Hallows Nursery School

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Quote from Keeping Children safe in Education 

"Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all practitioners should make sure their approach is child centred. This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child.

No single practitioner can have a full picture of a child’s needs and circumstances. If children and families are to receive the right help at the right time, everyone who comes into contact with them has a role to play in identifying concerns, sharing information and taking prompt action."


Safeguarding the children at Reedley Hallows Nursery School is of upmost priority to staff and governors. If you have any safeguarding or welfare concerns relating to a child please speak to one of our safeguarding leads listed below. Some of the things we do to ensure that children, staff and visitors are safe in our school are:

  • Rigorous procedures and policies are in place to keep all children safe
  • All staff, governors and volunteers have enhanced DBS checks
  • Staff receive training throughout the year: face to face training, online training and the seven minute briefings
  • Members of the Governing Board  undertake training to support them in their role
  • Staff teach children about how to keep safe, both in general and online


The Designated Senior Lead for Child Protection and Safeguarding is  Mrs Gordon, Headteacher.

Mrs Gordon undertakes specialist training as the Designated Senior Lead.


The deputy safeguarding leads are Mrs Nott and Miss Widdowson. They also undertake specialist safeguarding training to ensure they can fulfil their roles.


The Designated Governor responsible for Safeguarding and Child Protection is Ms Lindley (chair of governors).


If you would like to know more about how to keep your children safe online, please click on the links below.

Children should always be supervised when using the Internet.


Mobile phones must not be used by parents and carers whilst on the school premises


 Please see the documents below for more information including our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

 Keeping_children_safe_in_education_2023_-_statutory_guidance_for_schools_and_colleges (1).pdfDownload
 Reedley Hallows Nursery School Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy 2023.pdfDownload
 Working Well With Children and Families in Lancashire.pdfDownload
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