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'Together We Learn. Together We Safeguard.'

It is everybody's responsibility to make sure children and young people feel safe and cared for. It is important that you know who to speak to if you are concerned about ANY child in or out of school. Passing on information could help to safeguard young people and should not be seen as interfering. The Designated Safeguarding Leads are Hilary Towers-Islam (Headteacher) and Asif Lorgat (Deputy Head). You can speak to any of them in confidence about any issues regarding the safety and well-being of children.

You can read our Safeguarding Policy by clicking here.

We have created a presentation to help you understand the importance of safeguarding children and families. We would really recommend that you have a look at the presentation below.

Our School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its children and expects all staff to share this commitment.


Click on the links below to leaflets from Kirklees Safaguarding about reporting suspected child abuse


More information is available from the Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board website. Click on the above logo to visit the website.

Below is the link to the Keeping Children Safe in Education document:


Preventing Radicalisation and Extremism

At Field Lane, we believe it is our duty to protect our young people from becoming radicalised and engaging in any form of extremism.

You can read our policy on preventing radicalisation and extremism by clicking here.

The Government has published a document called 'The Prevent Duty.' Click here if you would like to read it.

Further information about Prevent can be found on the Kirklees website.

Internet Safety

The school Internet safety policy is an important part of our safeguarding procedures. We are committed to keeping our young people and staff safe online. We will continue to educate our staff and pupils about how to use the Internet in a responsible manner. Click here to read our online safety policy.

Childnet international have produced the leaflets below to help parents support their children to keep safe online.


For more information about keeping your child safe on the internet take a look at the 'think you know' website for tips and advice.  It also has child friendly information and games for children from 5-15 to raise awareness of internet safety.


More information about making the internet work for your family can be found at ParentZone - Click the link below to take a look at their website.

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