Keeping Safe

At Sandy Lane Primary School we do a lot of work on supporting our children in aiming to keep themselves safe in our world.

Our curriculum contains input on:

  • Road Safety
  • e-safety or internet safety
  • Relationships and trusted adults
  • ‘Stranger danger’
  • ‘Life Skills’

We link with other agencies such as our local PCSO and others who can support us in delivering clear messages of actions our children can take to keep themselves safe.

We record all incidents which concern us and inform parents / carers and multi-agencies as necessary and in line with our Safeguarding Policy. 

Bracknell Forest Council also have clear guidelines for keeping children and adults safe in schools. Here is their statement with regard to visitors and parents. It primarily requests role modelling to children and secondly provides clear guidance on the treatment of staff in school and online:


Quick links to our pages on reporting concerns:

Click here for e-safety concern reporting;

Click here for concerns about the welfare of a child;

For concerns you wish to share with the school about safety and welfare (children, staff, community or premises), please refer to any member of staff who will pass on your concerns or our safeguarding team of Neil Davies, Head Teacher, Sam Morrissy, Deputy Head Teacher, Sue Wardle & Annette Borg, Family Support Partner and Designated Child Protection Lead via our main contact details. 

For reporting terrorist or extremist material online please click here

If you have a concern about FGM- Female Genital Mutilation- of a child please inform the police.

Sandy Lane Primary School is committed to safeguarding children. We work closely with all multi-agencies to ensure that children are protected from risk of emotional and physical harm or risk of harm, or at risk from neglect. We follow stringent procedures for the recruitment of staff and for visitors entering our school. Our site is monitored by CCTV and there is a high staff presence at all times in the school day. We also have regular patrols by community multi-agencies, such as our local police.