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Kingsway Junior School is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for children, staff and visitors.  We create a culture where children and adults feel confident about sharing any concerns that they may have for their own safety or the safety of others. 


Our safeguarding team work with our pupils, families and outside agencies.  We also support staff in ensuring we provide the best provision and care for all.


The Designated Safeguarding lead is: Christy Johnson 

The Deputy Safeguarding leads are: Jo Beale and Sarah Alexander  

Our Safeguarding Governor is: Zoe Brunt


All the adults in our school work to keep our children safe.  



Kingsway Safeguarding Information

Child Protection policy - COVID 19

Policy - our safeguarding policy outlines how we keep children safe at Kingsway Junior School

Working together to safeguard children

Keeping children safe in education

Keeping Children Safe 


At Kingsway, we are committed to ensuring children feel safe, secure and happy.  All staff, governors and visitors who come into regular contact with children have undertaken all the relevant safeguarding checks.



School Council have been talking with classes about staying safe.

Here are some of their responses.


To make us feel safe in school we have.........


'' We have lockdown procedures to keep us safe.''  Patryk 

'' We have teachers that supervise us.'' Joel 

''Adults wear lanyards so we know we know that they are safe and trusted.''  Leonie 

''We have gates around school that keep us safe.'' Layla 

''The fire alarm keeps us safe.'' Willow 



If we have a worry we..............


''We can talk to a trusted and safe adult.'' Kaniza 

'' We can tell staff in the school if we have a worry.''  Janusa 

''You can talk to any member of staff.'' Arleen 




Check out our Sports Day 2021 photos in the 'Children' section and then 'Gallery'.