"Good for behaviour, Good for achievement, Good for teaching & learning, Good for leadership & management" - Ofsted, 2013

Cedars Upper School

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"The school's approach to ensuring students' saftey, care and welfare is meticulous and effective" OFSTED Sept 2013. Safeguarding our students is of utmost importance.  If there are any issues regarding the safety and wellbeing of our students, please contact the appropriate Head of House or one of the designated staff.

Designated Safeguarding Lead    
Ms L Hines

Deputy Headteacher 01525 219369
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead    
Ms C Powell Student Welfare Manager 01525 219346

Designated Safeguarding Teachers
Mr G Westoby Team Leader PSR 01525 219349
Mrs G Smith Head of Lena House 01525 219345
Mrs C Barden-Marshall SSC Manager 01525 219303
Mrs F Moore Team Leader- SEND 01525 219351

Governor Responsible for Safeguarding 
Anna McCartney    

Prevent Officer for Central Bedfordshire
James Marshall   01234275361

Access and Refferral
Children's services/The HUB   03003008585

Multi-Agency Service Hub: 0300 300 8585

The following policies give full details of our aims, objectives and procedures:

Safeguarding Arrangements 2017
Safeguarding (Child Protection) Policy
Anti-bullying Policy
Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions Policy
Equality Policy
Intimate Care Polic
Anti Radicalisation Policy
Attendance and Punctuality Policy
Behaviour Management Policy
Drug Policy
Promoting British Values Policy
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Safeguarding Arrangements 2016
Other policies can be found on our Policies page.
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Bedfordshire Police Parental Internet Safety Information Sheet


Childline   www.childline.org.uk       
Kidscape (Bullying)   www.kidscape.org.uk/
CAN YP (Drug & Alcohol)   www.can.org.uk
BEAT (Eating Disorders)   www.b-eat.co.uk/
NSPCC 24 Hour Child Protection Helpline   08000 800 5000   www.nspcc.org.uk/
Parent Info from CEOP and The Parent Zone  http://parentinfo.org/
NSPCC Sexting advice for Parents   https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/sexting
Childnet http://www.childnet.com/young-people/secondary/hot-topics

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