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Safeguarding

At The Langley Academy Primary the well-being, health and safety of all of our pupils is at the forefront of all we do. As such all staff, governors, trustees and volunteers are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children.


Please find our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy HERE.

Do staff receive adequate training?

All staff, volunteers and governors undertake annual training so they are aware of school protocol, policies and procedures. This means staff know what to look out for to spot and recognise signs of abuse. Listening is an important skill in order to keep children safe and staff are able to listen carefully. Regular refresher training, helps staff to keep up to date with the latest information. As a supportive community, children know to share any concerns with staff. Parents and carers are welcome to read our policy, which is available on our website or via the school office.

Does TLAP share information with other professionals?

The best interests of the children will always be our priority. As such, there are times we will need to record, monitor and share information with other agencies, such as Social Care or the police. We will share concerns about our pupils with the child’s parents/carers unless we have reason to believe that such a move would not be in the child’s best interest.

What should I do if I am worried?

If you are concerned about a child’s welfare, please record your concern, and any observations or conversations heard, and report to one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) as soon as possible the same day.  Do NOT conduct your own investigation.

Who is in the Safeguarding Team?

  • Mrs Tracey Bowen - Headteacher / Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • Miss Michelle Smith - Family Support Worker / Deputy Safeguarding Lead
  • Mrs Iffat Javed - Pupil Admissions & Attendance / Deputy Safeguarding Lead
  • Miss Natalie Lewis - Assistant Headteacher / Deputy Safeguarding Lead
  • Miss Grace Shaw - Deputy Head / Deputy Safeguarding Lead
  • Mrs Laura Morriss - Early Years Assistant Headteacher / Deputy Safeguarding Lead

What should I do if I am worried about a member of staff?

If your concerns relate to the actions or behaviour of a member of staff then you should report this to Tracey Bowen, Headteacher.

If the concern relates to the Headteacher, concerns should be reported to Dr Oona Stannard, chair of the Trust.  

If you are still concerned, further advice is available from:

NSPCC Helpline: 0808 800 5000

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/our-services/nspcc-helpline/

Childline: 0800 1111

https://www.childline.org.uk/

Slough Emergency Team: 01753 875362 

https://www.scstrust.co.uk/first-contact/

 

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@tlaprimary - Jun 16
On Tuesday Year Six loved their Reward trip to Chessington World of Adventures https://t.co/kn0sdRD0m5— tlaprimary () June 16, 2023
@tlaprimary - Jun 12
Revolutionising teaching! Thank you to and for helping us achieve our ambition of giving one-to-one devices to our primary children.#Curiosity #education https://t.co/ucXaiINWAA— The Arbib Education Trust () June 8, 2023
@tlaprimary - Jun 8
Revolutionising teaching! Thank you to and for helping us achieve our ambition of giving one-to-one devices to our primary children.#Curiosity #education https://t.co/ucXaiINWAA— The Arbib Education Trust () June 8, 2023
@tlaprimary - May 25
World Africa Day! Staff and children all celebrated the continent of Africa today . Our children looked amazing, made African-inspired art, and Mrs. VanHuffel joined in the fun from South Africa by sharing photos of the South African sun. pic.twitter.com/mjbESG1QW1— tlaprimary () May 25, 2023
@tlaprimary - May 25
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@tlaprimary - May 25
Wembley Women's FA Cup Final! Our children and staff , including some of our girls' football team members, had a fantastic day.⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️🏟️🏆🏆#girlsfootball pic.twitter.com/57PTDwBVRv— tlaprimary () May 25, 2023
@tlaprimary - Apr 28
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@tlaprimary - Feb 22
Here at TLAP, we are taking our learning virtually!Year Three used Virtual Reality Headsets to explore Stonehenge in readiness for their upcoming learning. pic.twitter.com/UMQLGwp8tw— tlaprimary () February 22, 2023
@tlaprimary - Feb 16
Do you want to work in a school where: Wellbeing and professional development are taken seriously?.... You can make a real difference? AND … You feel valued?To find out more or to apply, click on the link:https://t.co/koODiqqwJHPlease share.#edutwitter pic.twitter.com/uskPlnHamx— tlaprimary () February 16, 2023
@tlaprimary - Feb 10
Neurodiversity Discovery Day - our children learnt about how our brains work differently. The Project is a visual representation of all our different minds in the UK*. The umbrellas represent one in five with a neurodevelopmental condition. pic.twitter.com/S766ZKbYrC— tlaprimary () February 10, 2023
@tlaprimary - Feb 6
Following our session at school, our Year 3s experienced what it would be like to be in a Victorian Classroom at the – singing, history, maths and writing. They even found out what would happen if Victorian children got into trouble! pic.twitter.com/uvMHjIPsE3— tlaprimary () February 6, 2023
@tlaprimary - Feb 2
Play helps children learn! Our ‘Power of Play’ exhibition showed play supporting seven development areas, including communication - an old doll's pushchair, A Fisher Price workbench and roller skates were a few of the objects to enjoy. pic.twitter.com/kqVa8ZHDYU— tlaprimary () February 2, 2023
@tlaprimary - Nov 20
We’ve dressed up in pyjamas and learnt about the work Children in Need do. We also had fun doing Pudsey-themed activities like making masks. pic.twitter.com/JuGyW2LL3U— tlaprimary () November 20, 2022
@tlaprimary - Nov 3
We are lucky to have a royal residence so close to our school. Windsor Castle was our destination. We explored what it was like living in an 11th-century castle. Bringing history to life pic.twitter.com/97kpQQroVt— tlaprimary () November 3, 2022
@tlaprimary - Nov 2
The Langley Academy Primary is an oversubscribed successful school located in Berkshire, 5 miles from Windsor. If you would like to come and visit us on Saturday 5th November 10.30 – 12pm please email us on:admissions.orgWe look forward to meeting you. pic.twitter.com/E0U9vBDjaY— tlaprimary () November 2, 2022
@tlaprimary - Oct 24
Happy Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas to all our families who are celebrating today. Share your celebrations with us- tag us in a photo @ Langley Academy, Slough https://t.co/FY8gLcCrKm— tlaprimary () October 24, 2022
@tlaprimary - Oct 21
A blue poison dart frog and a six-banded armadillo were a few of the 850+ things to see at . Our children discovered the wonders of the rainforest – the sights, sounds and smells but also the threats and dangers they are facing pic.twitter.com/VG4oO0SWfD— tlaprimary () October 21, 2022
@tlaprimary - Oct 17
Dippy, T-Rex, Rings of the past, Mary Anning’s Jurassic marine fossils and our planet then and now were some of the many things our Year 3 explored . pic.twitter.com/W2lmNrdlCO— tlaprimary () October 17, 2022
@tlaprimary - Oct 5
Gas mask, iMac, Carnival headdress, Digeridoo, WW1 shell carrier and 95 other unique objects to bring the maths curriculum to life as part of our Discovery Day pic.twitter.com/bIXnrK5xXm— tlaprimary () October 5, 2022
@tlaprimary - Sep 9
We are deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty The Queen. May she rest in peace. Our schools , and join our nation in mourning for our Queen and will continue to be inspired by her life of faith and service. pic.twitter.com/BCwh3ceYaL— The Arbib Education Trust () September 9, 2022
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