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Safeguarding

Here at Brierley Hill there is nothing more important to us than the safety of our children.  We believe all our children should feel safe at school and of course, at home.  

We follow Dudley Safeguarding policies and procedures within our school.

                

Our Safeguarding Team 

 

Designated Safeguarding Lead: 

Miss S Bridgewood: Associate Headteacher

Deputy DSL: Miss L Faux Assistant Headteacher

Deputy DSL: Mrs D Johnson Assistant Headteacher

 

 

                   Miss Bridgewood           Miss Faux             Mrs Johnson           Mrs Barnsley 

                             DSL                DDSL/EYFS DSL          DDSL                  Pastoral Lead 

 

Lead Governor for Child Protection:  Mrs J Bate Designated Child Protection Governor

 

CONTACT DETAILS

Please contact the main school office on 01384 816980 for any further information regarding Safeguarding at Brierley Hill Primary.

 

 

Early Help

What is Early Help?

Early Help is taking action early to provide support where problems are emerging for children, young people and their families. Early help support may be provided at any point in a child or young person’s life. The sooner the family receives the support, the sooner they are able to improve their situation and prevent the need for prolonged support.

Early Help is here to find out what is working well for families and what areas they might be worried about; it can help to build on families’ strengths and identify any needs where support might be needed. It is an approach that brings people together from different teams and services who work together with the whole family. The main focus is to improve outcomes for children.

Why would I need Early Help?

The type of things that Early Help can support you with include:

  • Worries about your child’s health development or behaviour
  • You might be worried about how they are doing at school
  • You might have worries about money or housing and how that is affecting you
  • Your child and family may be affected by domestic abuse, drugs, alcohol, ill health or crime

Early Help can give you the tools to solve challenges or problems you are experiencing with help from others where needed.

Who do I ask for help?

You can talk with someone who you’re familiar with - a teacher, health professional or support worker who might be able to help.

You can also contact your local Family Centre and ask to speak to a Duty Worker who will be able to provide lots of advice around Early Help and how it might be able to support you.

 

  • Brierley Hill Family Centre - 18 Parkes, Brierley Hill, DY5 3DY, 01384 813322    fs.brierleyhill@dudley.gov.uk
  • Halesowen Family Centre - Lye By-Pass, Stourbridge, DY9 8HT, 01384 813954   fs.halesowen@dudley.gov.uk
  • Stourbridge Family Centre - Forge Road, Stourbridge, DY8 1XF, 01384 818780  fs.stourbridge@dudley.gov.uk
  • Dudley North Family Centre - Bayer Street, Bilston, WV14 9DS, 01384 813096  fs.dudleynorth@dudley.gov.uk
  • Dudley Central Family Centre - Selbourne Road, Dudley, DY2 8LJ, 01384 812440 fs.dudley@dudley.gov.uk

 

Further information...

 

https://www.dudleyhealthandwellbeing.org.uk/earlyhelpstrategy

 

https://childrensocialcare.dudley.gov.uk/web/portal/pages/home

 

 

Safeguarding in the Curriculum

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