As part of the Government's Prevent strategy, all staff have completed CHANNEL training. If you are interested in learning more about "CHANNEL" please click the find out more button.
PREVENT Duty Guidance.
Early Help (or early intervention) is support given to a family when a problem first emerges. It can be at any stage in a child or young person's life. The aim is to improve outcomes for children.
At Sale and Davys C.E.Primary School Early Help is provided by Children First Derby and Derbyshire Childrens Services.
For more information on Early Help please see the NSPCC site Early Help
We hold an Anti-Bullying week every year in school. Collective Worship focuses all week on anti-bullying themes and children take part in various workshops including E-Safety, Extremism and Cyber Bullying.
Please see our Anti Bullying policy below for more information.
We invite the NSPCC into school every year to deliver their "Speak Out, Stay Safe" programme. This is delivered by specially trained staff and consists of a whole school assembly and specific workshops targetted for KS1 and KS2 children. The Speak Out, Stay Safe programme aims to give children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Please click here to view to their website.
We have joined councils and schools across the UK by sharing the Expert Parent's Guide to Childhood Anxiety. Please Click Here for more information.
If you are considering changing school, it is important to inform the Headteacher as we have a duty to inform the Authority of any child that we believe has left our school and has not provided forwarding information on their destination and education provision. If we are unable to establish your child's new school, we would have to refer them as a missing child to Education Welfare Services. As a result, your child's name may be kept on a missing register and efforts will be made to trace them. It is also important to know about a new school so that we can send on your child's records. At the point when you have decided to change school, please ask the school office for a Pupil Exit Form. If you are concerned that the details of your destination should not be shared with anyone but the Headteacher, please discuss this with her. She will be able to ensure that access to your new address details is restricted appropriately