Bishop Chavasse Church of England Primary School

Tel: 01732 676040 or email

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We are Fully Committed to Keeping our Whole Community Safe at Bishop Chavasse

Bishop Chavasse CE Primary School is fully committed to safeguarding and the promotion of the welfare of all children in our care. Working together with a variety of agencies, we ensure the appropriate arrangements are in place to assess, identify needs and support our children and families.


The school's Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Mrs Hood

Our Deputy DSLs are Mr Lucas, Mrs Abdullah, Mr Fenton and Mrs Ley.


The school's Safeguarding Governor is Mr A Horner.


Our most recent Safeguarding and Child Protection policy and our Online Safety policy can be found in the ‘policy’ section of our website and has been updated in line with the changes to KCSIE (Keeping Children Safe in Education) 2023.


During the hours 08:00 - 16:30 in term time, Monday - Friday, should you have any concerns about the health, well-being or safety of any child attending our school, please do not hesitate to contact any of the aforementioned staff on 01732 676040 or via email (, marked ‘DSL Confidential’.  

This is an email address for you to use if you need to report a non-urgent safeguarding concern and is monitored during school hours.


In an urgent situation out of hours please call:

  • the integrated children’s services out of hours line on 03000 41 91 91
  • Childline on 0800 1111
  • NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 (10am- 8pm)
  • If you think someone is in immediate danger, the best thing to do is call 999 for the emergency services


Online Safety


Following the periods of National Lockdown children are now more likely to access online resources and websites. It is essential that children are kept safe, understand how to behave online and know what to do if they find themselves in a situation that makes them feel uncomfortable.

The following links will take you to websites designed to give guidance to help parents to keep children safe online at home.


  • CEOP is the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
    CEOP help children stay safe online. If someone has acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know, you should report it via




Our Designated Safeguarding Leaders


The DSL and DDSLs can also provide additional and specific support, advice and/or signposting in relation to online safety concerns including allegations of cyber-bullying.


The pupils at our school know who our DSLs are using the posters that you can see all around the school and in every classroom. Children know that if they are unhappy about something they can talk to any member of staff, but these are the people that oversee the safeguarding:


"If you are feeling sad about something at school or at home, you can tell a teacher and they will help you." - James


"We have got four safeguarding leaders in our school and they look after us." - Ruvaan


"We know that adults in our school are safe to talk to because they have a school lanyard." - Sophia


"If we see something dangerous then we know who we should go and talk to." - Sydney


"At school we like to help each other and the teachers help us." - Isabelle