Everyone at Barton Clough works together to help keep you safe. This includes the Headteacher, Senior Leadership Team, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Governors, Office Staff, Site Manager, Cooks, Cleaners, Parents, Volunteers, Students and professionals who come into school to work for us, like the School Nurse, Playtherapists and Speech Therapists.
There are posters around school to show you who the key people are that help keep you safe at school, or can help if you are worried about yourself or someone else.
Every class has been giving ideas to their teacher for how we can help you share your worries, fears, concerns, suggestions and concerns with us. Look out for your brilliant ideas being brought to life over the next few weeks. They include:
The 'Trafford Safeguarding Children Board' (called TSCB) has a great website with lots of information and help for children and young people.
'Safeguarding' is keeping Children and Young People safe from abuse and neglect and making sure they can grow up healthy and well prepared for adult life.
If you are a Child or Young Person, this part of the website is for you. We can help if:
If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of yourself or another child or young person under the age of 18 then please phone our social work team on:
0161 912 5125 during the day or
0161 912 2020 if it’s an emergency at night or weekend.
If you or another child or young person is in immediate danger, then call the police on 999.
This childline youtube video shows you what will happen if you phone them.
The NSPCC can also help on 0808 800 5000.
This NSPCC youtube video shows what happens when you call the NSPCC.
Confidentiality means that the person you are talking to will not tell anyone what you have talked to them about if you don’t want them to. But on some occasions, if someone is at risk of being harmed, they may have to tell someone else. Anyone who works with you should tell you what they will and won’t keep confidential.