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20/03/20

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19/03/20

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18/03/20

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18/03/20

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Safeguarding

Safeguarding Concerns

If you have any concerns about children at Hardwick school or require any advice or support in the current situation, please contact Mrs Mckenzie-Blyth (Home school link worker) on: h.mckenzie-blyth@hardwickschool.org

During this time of closure we continue to be open for provision for vulnerable pupils and children of key workers. Irrespective of any closure or collaboration with another school, the safeguarding of all our children remains our top priority. At this time, our school will continue as normal in supporting our vulnerable children and if anyone has any questions regarding this they are asked to make contact with Hannah McKenzie-Blyth. Please contact her on 07923059914 (Hardwick Nursery Mobile) if you have any queries.

 

Hardwick safeguarding children

Safeguarding Children in Banbury is a collaboration of schools, college, health, police, social care and additional support agencies. The aim is to educate and inform our young people and families. The group’s objectives for the children/young people/community are as follows:

  • I know how to keep myself safe from…
  • I know how to keep my child safe from…
  • We know how to keep our community safe from…

It was decided that there would be three main focus areas across the year, the first being based around education on substance misuse/being healthy/good and bad habits; the second would be around Internet Safety and the third around exploitation.

The educational establishments would then all teach the same message at the same time of year, so the children and young people are all hearing the same messages in order to keep themselves safe.

SCIB aim to produce a publication which will show what our children have learned over the year and provide use-full information for parents and carers.

In the Autumn we plan on having an exhibit in Castle Quay, showcasing children’s work and providing information and advice.

This work will continue year on year, with the children being taught age appropriate lessons on how to keep them-selves safe. We will update you as the year progresses as to some of their learning and successes.

Agencies currently involved: Thames Valley Police, Health, Cherwell District Council, Family Support Service, CAMHS, The Training Effect, Aquarius, Oxfordshire County Council, Sunshine Centre, Locality Community Support Services, Banbury & Bicester College, Peo-ple’s Church, Harriers Banbury Academy, Dashwood Banbury Academy, Hill View School, Hanwell Fields Community School, St Leonards C of E School, St Mary’s C of E Primary, Bishop Loveday C of E Primary School, William Morris Primary School, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Orchard Fields Community School, Hardwick Primary School, Queensway Primary School, The Grange Primary School, Bloxham Primary School, St John’s Priory School, William Morris Primary School, Banbury Academy, North Oxfordshire Academy, Blessed George Napier, Chenderit School, The Warriner School & Frank Wise School with more schools/agencies joining all the time.

We are proud to be members of SCIB and appreciate your help and support in promoting the good work of this Banbury Lead initiative.