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Safeguarding is everybody's business. 

At Chelford C of E Primary School, we recognise our responsibilities under Section 175 of the Education and Inspections Act 2002, to have arrangements for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

Safeguarding Team

If a member of the school community has any concerns for the safety and wellbeing of any pupil, it should be reported to one of the school's designated safeguarding officers: 

Safeguarding Team (ID 1187)


Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Our Safeguarding Policy outlines the prevention measures we take and the procedures we follow.

child protection and safeguarding policy 2023 2024.pdf


Cheshire East Consultation Service (ChECS)

The Cheshire East Consultation Service (ChECS) is the ‘front door’ for access to services, support and advice for children and their families, from early help and support through to safeguarding and child protection.

Phone  ChECS on 0300 123 5012 (option 3, option 2) to report concerns you may have of a child's safety or wellbeing. Callers will be directed to a Social Worker who will take details of the caller with regard to their concerns.  The worker will gather your information and advise you of the next step.

If you need to contact someone out of hours and you believe it to be an emergency that can't wait, please call our Emergency Duty Team on 0300 123 5022.

Do not post or email your concerns to us but call for a consultation.

If the phone lines are out of order and there is no automated message that guides you through to the service you wish to reach, contact the below phone numbers.

If you have a safeguarding concern and need to speak to a Social Worker immediately:

  • 07784 492174 
  • 07814 369297
  • 07966 305353

Domestic Abuse

Cheshire East Livewell Domestic Abuse

Pants are Private - NSPCC

Pantosaurus has helped 1.5 million parents Talk PANTS and keep their children safe from sexual abuse.

Developed in consultation with children, parents, carers and teachers, Talk PANTS is here to help children understand their body belongs to them, and they should tell a safe adult they trust if anything makes them feel upset or worried. 




pants kids pull out.pdf