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Safeguarding and Keeping Safe

Safeguarding and Child Protection Contact Form

If you have a concerns about the safety of your child, yourself or another child, please complete the form below. (This form will send your message directly to a designated safeguarding lead)

Safeguarding and key people you can talk to:

Keeping our children safe is our number one priority. We have many elements to our safeguarding support and procedures. You can find more information about our approach to safeguarding as a Trust at:


If you have any concerns about the safety of your child, yourself, or another child, please contact a member of staff listed below.


Designated Safeguarding Lead - Mr Russell Pearson (Head of School)


Our Level 3 safeguarding trained staff at Blackpool are as follows:

  Mr Luke Forbes          Mrs Laura Trayte 


   Mrs Abi Marshall       Mrs Rachel Early 



Blackpool C.E Primary School Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

NSPCC Home or Out Alone Guide for parents

As your child gets older, it’s likely they’ll want a bit more independence. Staying home or going out without you is a natural step for them to take — when the time is right. It can be hard to decide whether your child is ready. There’s a lot to think about. And a lot you might be worried about. This guide is designed to reduce that worry, by helping you make the right decision for you and your child.

What is Early Help?


Early Help is the extra support your family can get if you need it. It may be that you want to prevent a problem, or change things for your family before the problem becomes more serious. It is not a specific service or team, it’s an approach that brings together people from a range of services and teams who will work together with your whole family to help improve the situation for everyone. It can offer support to families from pre-birth to adolescents with all sorts of issues from parenting, employment and school attendance to emotional wellbeing or anti-social behaviour.


Further information can be found here:

Early Help - Devon Safeguarding Children Partnership (


Devon's multi agency safeguarding hub is called MASH and its website has lots of advice if you are concerned about a child:


The phone number for contacting MASH is below:

A guide to supporting Trans Children and Young People

County Lines


County lines is when criminals from major cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, London and Birmingham expand their drug networks to other areas of the country. This activity brings violence, exploitation and abuse to rural communities. County line networks are having a huge impact on rural counties. For more information, visit:


Protecting children from county lines | NSPCC Learning