Safeguarding and Wellbeing

Everyone is responsible for keeping children at Mabe School safe. If you have any concerns about a child in our school, then you must come and speak with one of the Designated Members of staff as soon as possible.

The Designated Safeguarding Lead is the person appointed to take the lead responsibility for safeguarding and child protection in school.

At Mabe School, the Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Simon Bishop (Acting Headteacher) and the Deputy Safeguarding Leads are Mr Steve Cruse (Teacher) and Mrs Sarah Thomas (Teacher)

Mr Simon Bishop

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mr Steve Cruse

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Sarah Thomas

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

The Designated Safeguarding Lead, with the support of the Deputy Safeguarding Leads:

  • Ensures safeguarding is at the heart of the school ethos and that all staff and volunteers know how to recognise, respond and report any concerns.
  • Liaise with parents, staff on matters of safety and safeguarding when deciding whether to make a referral.
  • As required liaise with the Multi Agency Referral Unit (MARU) regarding any concerns.
  • As required, liaise with the local authority is a concern has arisen regarding a member of staff or an adult in school.
  • Act as a source of support, advice and expertise for parents and staff.


Key Safeguarding Policies and Documents:

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy[...]
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Mabe Tier 1 Safeguarding Leaflet (Update[...]
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Whistleblowing Policy (Updated 27.10.19)[...]
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Prevent leaflet.pdf
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Keeping_children_safe_in_education (1).p[...]
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Useful Websites:

Here is the link to the Pantosaurus song

Mabe School

Governors Page Login


Cormorant Class visit the Eden Project and become chocologists

Puffin's World War II Day 

11th October 

Puffin's World War II Museum

7th October 

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