I love that everyone respects each other.
I love our school rabbit, Snuffles.
I like the games we have in the playground.
I love how everyone is unique.
I love this school because I get to read and learn.
Breakfast Club is great! I get to eat cereal and toast and play with my friends.
We go on awesome trips!
I like our visits to Winton Library.
I like how all the teachers will help you with your work.
Our Pupil Council means all our voices are heard.
I like that everyone is caring and really kind.
I love the awards we can win in our assembly.
I love the awards we can win in our assembly.
I like that everyone is caring and really kind.
Our Pupil Council means all our voices are heard.
I like the games we have in the playground.
I like that everyone is caring and really kind.
I like "Dance club", I enjoy it and it makes me feel fantastic about myself!
Playtimes are fun because you get to meet new friends.
We have playground leaders who we can play with as well as interacting with the younger infant children too.
We like Numeracy because I like a challenge!
We like Numeracy because I like a challenge!
Assemblies are ace because you can be proud of others!
Everyone gets together and we share our great work. We also have a theme of the week so we can concentrate on one thing.
I love the playground, it's vast, an immense space to play!
I like topic work because I learn lots of new things about the past!
When we work in groups, it gives us lots of ideas and more information to use.
Assemblies are awesome because when you get a certificate you get congratulated!
We get awarded with certificates, I feel proud of myself!
I like playing outside with my friends; we play on the stage and the tangle tree. We have lots of fun.
You playground is big for chasing games and the Willow dome is good for playing house.
Everyone gets together and we share our great work. We also have a theme of the week so we can concentrate on one thing.

Safeguarding

 

 

Safeguarding is the responsibility of all adults, especially those working with children. At Beech Street Primary School, we recognise that high self-esteem, confidence, peer support and clear lines of communication with trusted adults helps all children, and especially those at risk of or suffering harm from abuse or neglect.

 

Our school will therefore: 

(a)     Establish and maintain an ethos where children feel secure, are encouraged to talk and are listened to.

This will be achieved by building positive relationships with all pupils. 

(b)     Ensure that children know that there are adults in the school who they can approach if they are worried or are in difficulty.

          This will be achieved by reminding pupils regularly who they can speak to in school if they have a worry or concern. 

(c)     Include in the curriculum, activities and opportunities for PSHE which equip children with the skills they need to stay safe and/or communicate their fears or concerns about abuse.

          Refer to PSHE and SEAL Policies.

(d)     Ensure that every effort will be made to establish effective working relationships with parents and practitioners from other agencies.

click for our full policy:Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy

Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy 2016 (to be ratified by Governing Body 09/12/16)

 

Worried about a child?

If you are worried about the welfare or safety of a child it is very important that you contact the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub. 

The new BRIDGE is based within Unity House and can be contacted by telephone on 0161 603 4500.

All enquiries concerning the welfare or safety of a child must go through the BRIDGE via worriedaboutachild@salford.gov.uk

If a child is in immediate danger of being harmed, or is home alone the police must be called on 999.

 

Senior Designated Lead for Child Protection

Ms O'Brien

Acting Headteacher

Designated Person for Child Protection

Mrs Fazackerley

Acting Assistant Headteacher

 

 

 

 

 

 

Designated Person for Child Protection 

Children and Families Officer

Mrs Haywood