Safeguarding at Evergreen Primary Academy
Evergreen Primary Academy takes the safety of pupils, parents and staff very seriously.
It is everyone’s responsibility to act if they feel that a child is not being cared for properly, is being harmed or is at risk of harm.
If you are worried that a child is being harmed, or is at risk of being harmed, please speak to Ms Barkham, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Vincent, Deputy Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Munro, EYFS Lead, or Mrs Duale, office administrator.
Deborah Barkham DSL
Julie Vincent PSA
Conversations will be confidential.
To ensure our children are kept safe we complete full DBS checks on all the adults who work in our school.
If you would like more information on how to keep children safe, please look at the following links:
For child safeguarding information and help:
For mental health information and help:
For domestic abuse information and help:
If you need to talk to someone in Bristol about your worries for a child, please phone First Response on 0117 903 6444.
The Internet has become an everyday part of our lives. We use it daily to improve teaching and learning, to get information from around the world, talk to friends and help with our work.
However, it is important that we all learn how to be responsible online both at home and at school. At Evergreen Primary Academy we take this matter very seriously. We follow government advice on best practice. Please help us to support your children by looking at the links below which provide important information on how to keep safe online:
Prevent is part of the United Kingdom’s counter terrorism strategy. It aims to prevent people from becoming involved in terrorism or supporting terrorism.
Evergreen Primary Academy is committed to supporting the Prevent Strategy in order to protect everyone from radicalisation.
At Evergreen Primary Academy we promote British Values (The Rule of Law, Democracy, Individual Liberty and Mutual Respect and Tolerance of the Beliefs of Others) and enable our pupils to challenge any extremist views.
If you have a concern about someone who is at risk of radicalisation, please contact the safeguarding team.
Information on Prevent:
As part of our duty to protect girls from FGM, we always speak to all parents before they take trips abroad. If you are worried about any aspect of FGM, please contact the safeguarding team.
FGM Helpline: 0800 028 3550