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At Barton Clough we work together to Safeguard all children. Parents and Carers are a vital part of this process. Our Safeguarding Policy tells you everything we do at Barton Clough and what to do if you are worried about your child, or another child at school. You can find our Safeguarding Policy on the Key Documents, and Policy, pages on this site. (Please use the links below.) Alternatively, there is a paper copy available at the School Office and we will happily print you a copy to take home.

If you, or someone you know, are worried about a child at Barton Clough, please speak to a member of our Safeguarding Team immediately. The link below shows you the names, roles and photographs of our Safeguarding Team. 

If you have an idea for how we can make Safeguarding at Barton Clough even better, or your child has shared an idea for something that would help them at school, please let us know by speaking to a teacher, or using the contact form on the link below:

The Trafford Safeguarding Children Board (TSCB) has useful information and advice, around Safeguarding, specifically for Parents and Carers. You can read, below, what their first page says or go directly to the website using the link. 

See the dates below for FREE parent information sessions.

See the dates below for FREE parent information sessions. 1

Supporting parents to understand the risks of the internet

 

Please follow the links below to access useful information for parents regarding esafety:

PARENTS & CARERS

 

If you think that a child or young person is being abused, mistreated or if you have concerns about the safety or welfare of a child, you should speak to someone immediately.

Please contact Trafford Council's MARAT team who will be able to advise you of the steps you should take.
All calls are confidential.

 

Contact details

During office hours: 0161 912 5125
Outside office hours: 0161 912 2020
Fac: 0161 912 5056
Textphone: 0161 912 2102
Email: marat@trafford.gov.uk
 

Who can contact MARAT?

Anyone can contact MARAT, including but not limited to parents, carers, young people, professionals and family members.
 
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