Rosebank Primary School

"We are all friends and together we succeed"

Safeguarding Policy Statement

At Rosebank, we value parents’ views and understand the importance of working in partnership with parents, to ensure that the needs of all our children are met. We also have an open door policy, so you can talk to a member of staff about your worries or concerns.

Rosebank Primary is fully committed to safeguarding the children in our care. We do this in a variety of ways through policies, procedures and actions.  School policies are in place to ensure that there is a consistent approach to practices throughout school and that they are adhered to by staff, governors and volunteers.

The health and safety of all children is of paramount importance. Parents send their children to school each day with the expectation that school provides a secure environment in which their children can flourish. We therefore have a duty to ensure that this expectation becomes reality.

  • Must stay safe
  • Must be healthy
  • Must be able to enjoy and achieve
  • Must be able to achieve economic well-being
  • Must be able to make a positive contribution

Meet our designated staff on Rosebank’s Child Protection Team    

   Miss Smith       Miss Bradley         Mr Parish        Mr Howitt        Miss Pedley       Miss Render

If you have any concerns to do with safeguarding, you can talk to a member of staff or one of our Safeguarding & Child Protection Team. 

Miss Smith is Rosebank's Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) and can be contacted via:              

E: asmith@rosebank.leeds.sch.uk                                                                                                   

Mr Parish is our Pastoral and Welfare Leader and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead and can be contacted via:

E: lparish@rosebank.leeds.sch.uk 

If you would like to speak to any member of our Safeguarding & Child Protection Team, please phone the school office on Tel: 0113 243 34 97 and they will be happy to transfer you through.

We use the Children Leeds Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy, which has been adopted by our Governing Body.  There are also a number of other policies in place to safeguard the children in our care and they include:

 Child Protection

Keeping Children Safe in Education 

Safer Working Practice

Safer Recruitment

Attendance & Children Missing Education Processes

Positive Behaviour

Health and Safety

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions

Medicine/First Aid

ICT Acceptable Use

Online Safety

Complaints Procedure

Whistle Blowing Procedures

Further information on all these policies can be accessed in the Policies section of the website.  If you require print outs of any of our polices, please ask at the main office.