Tel: 0151 424 3108


Moorfield Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and visitors to share this commitment.

The success of keeping all children safe rests with us all as adults. Consequently all parents / carers / stakeholders are encouraged to raise with school any concerns that they may have at the earliest possible stage. All details will be treated in confidence – 0151 424 3108

What should I do if I have a concern?

You should raise your concerns to:

  • Miss K Heyes (Headteacher), Senior Designated Person for Safeguarding
  • Mrs L Blundell  (Deputy Head), Deputy Designated Person for Safeguarding
  • Mr P Martin (Chair of Governors), for concerns regarding the Headteacher’s conduct
  • Mrs Pamela brocklehurst – Governor for Safeguarding
What can I expect from the school if they have concerns?

When concerns are raised the school is likely to begin by asking the parents / carers of the child questions. This is standard procedure and something that we must do; the school will challenge responses to ensure that the child is not at risk. We ask all parents / carers to understand our obligation and to respect our work in keeping all children and young people free from harm.

From there the Senior Designated Person for Safeguarding will assess the evidence gathered before deciding what to do next and whether other agencies need to be informed.

In more serious cases where somebody blows the whistle, the school will follow its policy and procedures in informing the Local Authority and involving other their designated safeguarding personnel.

Prevent Anti-Terrorism

Parents / carers / stakeholders are encouraged to add an extra layer of vigilance around recent terror related activity. Should you have any suspicions or concerns regarding any terror related activity including radicalisation then you should immediately contact Miss Kathryn Heyes, the school’s Single Point of Contact (SPOC) – 0151 424 3108 , or alternatively the National Anti-Terrorist Hotline – 0800 789 321.

Parents have a responsibility not only to keep their children safe when using the internet or communicating electronically, but also to teach them about keeping themselves and others safe. It is important that all parents are aware that schools can report parents for neglect in cases where children play inappropriate computer games such as for example Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto. You can learn how to teach your child how to stay safe online here.

Child sexual exploitation can be hard to detect and abusers are very clever in their manipulation. Some young people won’t even be aware that it is happening to them. It’s not easy to know what our children are up to or if anything is bothering them, but any combination of tell-tale signs is a strong indicator that something is wrong and you should get help. For more information on the signs visit

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