If you have any safeguarding concerns about a member of staff then please contact Paul Hooper, Head Teacher, or James Green, Chair of Governors. Our Safeguarding policy gives detailed information about how we make sure that we keep the children safe at school. This has been written with reference to the DfE guidance document ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’.
- Safeguarding Policy
- Keeping Children Safe In Education
- Staying Safe Online Parent Workshop
- Parents’ Anti-Bullying booklet
Please click here to visit our Online Safety page where you can find a variety of resources to support children and families. These cover a range of topics such as how safe are the apps and games your children are using, never getting undressed in front of a device’s camera or sending pictures of yourself to anyone, how to report any concerns you have (as an adult or as a child), plus lots more.
Please click here for a link to Place2Be’s urgent help website.
A young carer is someone who is under 18 years old and provides care for their parents or siblings who struggle to care for themselves because of an illness, disability or dependency.
The Carers Lewisham, Young Carers Service, supports children and young people who are aged between 5-18 years old who look after a parent(s), sibling(s) or other relatives who are disabled, ill, has mental ill health a drug or alcohol problem.
The Carers Lewisham, Young Carers Service, partner with local agencies, schools and other specialist support services to identify and support young carers and their families from any background in the local community.
At Coopers Lane School the young carers team are here to help. If you think you are a young carer or if you are concerned about a young carer, please contact a member of the team via the school office.
We are proud to have successfully achieved the Bronze Level – Young Carers in Schools Award
Paul Harper – Team Leader (Learning Mentor)
Sarah Patterson – Team Assistant (Teaching Assistant)
Paul Hooper – Head Teacher