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Concerned About Child's Wellbeing

Where to report a concern about a child’s wellbeing:

All adults in school, including visitors and parents should report safeguarding concerns to one of the following staff:

Mrs Holloran,

 Vice Principal - Behaviour and Safeguarding

Mrs Corrigan, 
Deputy DSL

Mr Sykes,

Mrs Dodd,

Deputy DSL

Ms Malone,

Safeguarding Admin

If you have a safeguarding concern about a child and you cannot reach a member of the safeguarding 

team in school, please refer to children services on 0161 234 5001

Or out of hours children services on 0161 255 8250

If you believe a child is in immediate danger please contact the police on 999

Signs to look out for

  • Poor appearance and hygiene,

  • health and development problems,

  • housing and family issues

  • and change in behaviour

If you have a concern, please share it!

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