This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. If you have a concern about a child talk to one of these people below, now. If the child is in immediate danger, ring the Police (999) now.

Our DSLs are:


      Nathan Golbey: Headteacher                Sam Bacon: Inclusion Leader             Kelly Roberts: Office Manager


If you are concerned about a child:

 You might become concerned because:

  • You see an injury that cannot be explained
  • A child may want to tell you about what is happening to him / her
  • Another person may express concern for a child’s well being
  • You may notice significant changes in the way a child behaves in school

What to do:

  • If you think a child is in danger of immediate, significant harm - ring the POLICE (999) now!
  • Listen non judgmentally to a child disclosure
  • Ask open questions to clarify but not to investigate
  • Do not promise confidentiality, explain you may need to talk to someone else
  • Reassure the child but avoid physical contact
  • Let the Designated Safeguarding Lead DSL (Mr Golbey) or his deputies know (Mr Bacon or Mrs Roberts)
  • If these people aren't available ring the NSPCC, West Sussex I.F.D. (numbers below)
  • Don’t investigate. Listen to the child and then record in writing
  • Avoid judgements or opinions
  • If in doubt ask for advice and report things immediately


NSPCC HELPLINE: 0808 800 5000

Childline: 0800 1111

West Sussex Social Services Referrals I.F.D: 01403 229900

St. Andrew's Primary: 01403 891286


E-Safety Parent/Carer Guides:

Internet Safety Parent/Carer Guide

Online Safety Advice for 6-10 year olds

Online Safety Advice for 11-13 year olds

Setting up your child's tech safely - parent controls and privacy guides

What age can my child start social networking?

Instagram, Snapchat, WhataApp and TikTok Guides

How to Manage Harmful Content on Social Media


Key Policies

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Health & safety Policy

E-Safety & Acceptable Use Policy