We welcome and value your support as a parent or carer.
We know that parental involvement has a strong and positive influence on a child’s level of attainment: the more parents get involved the higher the level of the pupil’s attainment. As a school we are committed to working closely with families to ensure we are able to provide the best education and provision for your son/daughter. This can be achieved through open communication and ensuring that we effectively share information, we have an open door policy and welcome any information or concerns you have to ensure we can effectively support your child in school.
With this in mind this section of the website has been designed to help parents and carers support the learning of their children.
At Ryecroft Primary Academy, we have created a culture where safeguarding is given the highest priority and pupils are involved in creating a safe environment. Staff are vigilant and trained to identify when a child might be at risk and report their concerns.
Sometimes, we may need to share information and work in partnership with other agencies when there are concerns about a child’s welfare. We will share our concerns with parents/carers first unless we have reason to believe that by doing so, we would be putting a child at risk.
We actively support the government’s Prevent Agenda to counter radicalism and extremism.
Reporting a Safeguarding Concern
If you have any safeguarding concerns about any pupil or adult at Ryecroft Primary Academy please contact the following
- Adam Wood (Designated Safeguarding and Prevent Lead) or
- Mariam Shaheen (Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead) or
- Helen Wrightson (Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead)
We have a number of policies in place that contribute to safeguarding at Ryecroft which can be viewed on request.
If you have any issues with the safeguarding at Park View Primary Academy and/or wish to log a safeguarding concern when the school is closed or you are unable to get in contact with the school please click HERE