Safeguarding Children

At Trent CE Primary School we are committed to ensuring that the children in our care are safe, feel safe and are well looked after. As such we aim to provide an environment that allows them to be safely and effectively cared for, which protects them from maltreatment, allows them good health and full personal development in order that they leave school happy and confident and ready to achieve their fullest potential.

Behaviour Policy  (.8 MB)     Anti Bullying Policy   (.694 MB)    

Our child protection and safeguarding Policy is annually reviewed by our Governors.  Where we have concerns about a child we will discuss it directly with the parents, and where appropriate, the Local Authority.        

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy   (.9MB)                     Annex to Child Protection Policy (.7MB)

Government document: Working together to Safeguard Children  (1.59 MB)

All adults working at Trent must have read and signed a copy of the publication: Keeping Children Safe in Education (2.94 MB).

Here is a link to HM document ‘What to do if you are worried.‘  (.25 MB)

At Trent we take the online safety of children very seriously, please read the following:

Online Safety Policy   (.712 MB)        Trent Online Safety Rules  (.089 MB)

LGfL OS Acceptable User Policy for Pupils KS1 (.2MB)    LGfL OS Acceptable User Policy for Pupils KS2 (.2MB) 

LGfL OS Acceptable User Policy for Pupils – Symbols (.2MB)

LGfL OS Acceptable Use Policy for Parents (.2MB)     LGfL OS Acceptable User Policy for Staff, Governors and Volunteers (.2MB)

Parent Letter for filming and productions inclusive of trips (.2MB)

You will find further information below and on the Parent Page with activities for your children on the Computing Curriculum Page.    

UK Safer Internet Centre Online Safety Fact-sheet  (.390 MB)       Here is a link to CEOP’s Thinkuknow Online Safety information

Online safety support can be found at

 Related Policies:

Valuing All God’s Children    (2.7MB)      Sex and Relationships Education Policy   (.602 MB)        LDBS SRE Framework   (.134 MB)  

Latest information from LDBS –  Relationships and Sex Education Synopsis for Clergy October 2019 (.25 MB)and Appendix A – Primary Guidance (.35 MB)

Risk Assessment – CORONAVIRUS (.3MB)

Minor Medical Procedures  (.43MB)        Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions  (.01MB)    Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Policy (.3MB)

Health and Safety Policy   (2.9MB)                                      

 Click the image below for the link to staying safe in Minecraft








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