Safeguarding at Prince Rock Primary School
The name of the Designated Safeguarding Lead is: Analise Cowan
The name of the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead is: Cheryl Brake
The name of the link Nominated Safeguarding Governor is: Alison Hoggan
The name of the Designated Teacher for Looked After Children is: Analise Cowan
Prevent Duty Guidance
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
If you have concerns regarding a child, there is a local organisation previously called Plymouth Early Help Team, (EHAST). This is now called Connect2.
You can book an appointment to talk about support.
Within the Prince Rock area, the Team practice manager is John Drury & our own school support worker, is Christine Bunce.
Use this link to book an appointment: Plymouth Early Help and SEND Advice line | PLYMOUTH.GOV.UK
If your concern is more urgent, you can contact MASH to report your concerns.
The number is: 01752 668000 Out of hours 01752 346984
For more information: www.plymouth.gov.uk/childrenandfamilies/supportparentsandfamilies
If you are worried or concerned about a child, you can report this through the NSPCC website. If you have concerns about a child's safety and wellbeing, including a child in your family, you can use this form to tell the NSPCC helpline. One of our advisors will read it within 24 hours and decide what action needs to be taken.
Please click here if you would like to report a concern regarding a child.
The childline number for children is: 0800 1111
The Parent line is: 0808 800 5000
For any safeguarding concerns that require a prompt response for a child not in Plymouth, please contact:
MASH on 0345 155 1071 (young people resident in Devon)
MARU on 0300 123 1116 (young people resident in Cornwall)
All urgent safeguarding concerns should be reported to the Police on 999.
Plymouth CAMHS have a mental health crisis line for parents/carers and young people on 01752 435122.
Prince Rock Primary are proud to be part of Operation Encompass, as are all of our LAT schools.
If police are called to an incident of domestic abuse and any children in the household have experienced the incident, the police will inform the key adult in school (usually the designated safeguarding lead) before the child or children arrive at school the following day.