To download the Child Protection and Safeguarding policy please visit the 'Policies' page on the website under the 'Key Information' tab.
If you are worried about a child please speak to one of the Child Protection Leads.
The Child Protection Leads are; Miss Gallaher (Headteacher), Mrs Galvin (Deputy Head), and Mrs Smith (EYFS Lead).
If you think a child/young person is in significant and imminent harm and require an immediate response please call 999.
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Milton St John's is committed to its responsibility to safeguard and protect the interests and welfare of our children.
Milton St John's understands the benefits of a multi-agency approach to safeguarding, child protection and family support and we expect all employees, stakeholders, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.
We take our responsibilities for safeguarding seriously. All employees and volunteers working for Milton St John's have a duty under the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 and Children Act 2004 to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.
All of our staff receive training so that they can respond quickly to at-risk children. We work closely with Tameside Safeguarding Board and have established policies and procedures to support our commitment to the welfare and safety of all our children and young people.