safeguarding and wellbeing

Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads (DDSLs)

Stuart Heron

Stuart Heron

Mayfield DSL

Gemma Squires

Gemma Squires

Mayfield School DDSL

Sam Keegan

Sam Keegan

Mayfield School DDSL

Hayley Loveday

Hayley Loveday

Mayfield College DDSL

Rachel Hawthorne

Rachel Hawthorne

Mayfield College DSL

Helen Bailey

Helen Bailey

Mayfield College DDSL

Sanda Wright

Sanda Wright

Mayfield Chestnut DSL

Lisa Jordain

Lisa Jordain

Mayfield Chestnut DDSL

Sarah Grace

Sarah Grace

DDSL and DT Cared for Children

Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown

Mayfield Chestnut DDSL

Mayfield Chestnut Safeguarding Poster

Chestnut - Pupil Safeguarding

Mayfield College Safeguarding Poster

College - Student Safeguarding

Mayfield School Safeguarding Poster

School - Pupil Safeguarding

Parents Safeguarding Flyers

Parents Information

Useful safeguarding guide for parents of children attending Mayfield School

Parents / employees

Useful safeguarding guide for parents of children attending Mayfield school, who are also employees

Child Protection Policy and principals of information for Parents and Pupils.

The Child protection policy is one of a series in the school’s integrated safeguarding portfolio. (this includes safer Recruitment policy, Staff Conduct policy, Managing Allegations Against Staff policy, Behaviour and Physical Intervention policy, Intimate Care policy, Whistleblowing policy, Listening to Children guidelines, social networking policy, acceptable internet use  policy,

The school’s safeguarding arrangements are inspected by Ofsted under the judgements for behaviour and safety, and leadership and management.

This policy is available on the school website and is included in the staff handbook, volunteers’ handbook and in the classroom safeguarding folder.

Our core safeguarding principles are:

  • The school’s responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children is of paramount importance
  • Safer children make more successful learners
  • Representatives of the whole school community will be involved in the development and review of policies i.e. pupil’s, staff, parents, governors
  • Policies will be reviewed at least annually unless an incident or new legislation or guidance suggests the need for an interim review.

Child Protection statement

We recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all pupils. We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection and justice.

The procedures contained in this policy apply to all staff and governors  and are consistent with those of the Torbay Safeguarding Children Partnership (TSCP)

Torbay Education Safeguarding Service works in partnership with schools to promote the welfare of children and young people, and to ensure they are safe from harm.

As part of their work they will receive information from partner agencies, such as the police and social care.  If it is considered in the interest of the child or young person, this information will be shared with the school. If information is shared, this will be in accordance with the key principles of the Data Protection Act and be on a need to know basis, and will only occur to help schools protect and promote the welfare of your son or daughter.  When there is any sharing of information, schools should discuss this with you to enable a partnership approach to meeting the needs of your son or daughter.

If you have any questions about the service please ask your school, or telephone the Torbay Education Safeguarding Service on 01803 393857

Policy Principles
  • The welfare of the child is paramount
  • All children, regardless of age, gender, ability, culture, race, language, religion or sexual identity, have equal rights to protection
  • All staff have an equal responsibility to act on any suspicion or disclosure that may suggest a child is at risk of harm
  • Pupils and staff involved in child protection issues will receive appropriate support


Policy Aims
  • To provide all staff with the necessary information to enable them to meet their child protection responsibilities
  • To ensure consistent good practice
  • To demonstrate the school’s commitment with regard to child protection to pupils, parents and other partners
  • To contribute to the school’s safeguarding portfolio

Safeguarding Policies

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education

Positive Behaviour Policy

Physical Intervention Policy

Prevent Duty Policy

FGM Statement

Guidance on Forced Marriages

Children Missing In Education

E-Safety Policy

Staff Code Of Conduct

Drugs Misuse Policy

Operation Encompass

Social Networking

British Values at Mayfield

RSHE Policy

Prevent Risk Assessment

Intimate Care

Safer Recruitment

Anti-bullying Policy

Whistle Blowing

Child on Child Abuse Policy

Searching and Confiscation Policy

Safeguarding and Signposting Links

The UK's leading children’s charity

Helping prevent child sexual abuse

Supporting families in Torbay

Help Hub

Torbay HAF

Snippets by Signpost Plus (weekly update)

Torbay Healthy Learning

A free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything.

Children’s Learning Disability Health Team

Torbay Early Help


Torbay and Devon Warm Banks

Disability Support Torbay

Turn 2 Us

Useful Phone Numbers

Children with Disability (CWD) Team

Devon Dias

Torbay Food Banks

Bay Benefits

Advising Torbay

Receives all safeguarding and child protection enquiries throughout Devon.

0-19 Service

Children and Family Health Devon

Child Feeding Guide

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