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Tudor Primary School

Tudor Primary School

Please also look at our SEPARATE area of the website that has a clear FOCUS on Wellbeing and Safeguarding- follow the link 

'The school's work to promote pupils' peronal development and welfare is outstanding.' (Ofsted, March 2017) 

At Tudor School we are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all our children so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at our school.

'Pupils have an extensive understanding of e-safety. Importantly, they knew what to do to seek help.' (Ofsted, March 2017) 

Bullying is the pre-meditated use of behaviour with the intention of hurting or intimidating another person, resulting in pain and distress to the victim. If bullying does occur, children should tell us and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively.

'Safety is a priority at Tudor. Pupils of all ages told inspectors that they feel safe.' (Ofsted, March 2017) 

Important policy documents as well as information on school policy regarding bullying and/ or behaviour can be accessed here.

All staff, regular volunteers and governors at Tudor School have had the appropriate level of police checks. New staff and regular volunteers are required to obtain Disclosure & Barring Service (formerly CRB) clearance. If we have reasons for concern about your child’s safety we may seek advice from the local authority’s child protection team.

'The school's systems and record keeping are of high quality to ensure that no pupils slip through the net.' (Ofsted, March 2017) 

Our latest child protection policy is available for download via the school and governor policies section (follow link).

Children (of any school)- if you're reading this an you need someone to talk to, follow this link for some information on Childline: