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“Where children come first and everything we do must reflect this single goal.”

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Beverley Manor Nursery School

“Where children come first and everything we do must reflect this single goal.”




'Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play.'

Keeping Children Safe in Education (2022)


At Beverley Manor Nursery School, the safeguarding of our children is the highest priority. Please use the links above to view our school policies and guidance for parents/guardians in relation to safeguarding issues. 


The list below shows the safeguarding team within school and you can also contact the East Riding Safeguarding Children Partnership (ERSCP) by visiting


The ERSCP oversees and co-ordinates all of the work undertaken within the East Riding to keep children safe. It is a partnership between the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Humberside Police and the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group working alongside other relevant agencies.



In order to keep our children safe at school, we:

  • ensure that all our staff – through their induction and on going training – have a clear understanding of their responsibilities towards our children’s safeguarding
  • The DSL and DDSL have comprehensive training including:
    • Safeguarding in Education
    • Working Together to Safeguard Children
    • Prevent
    • E-Safety
    • Data Protection
    • Safer Recruitment
    • FGM (Abuse linked to Faith or Belief)
    • Records Management
  • ensure that we teach our pupils how to keep themselves healthy and safe – in and out of school
  • The school’s commitment to Child Protection is reflected in the award of the School Safeguarding Accreditation by the East Riding Safeguarding Children Board (ERSCB) and East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC).


Staying Safe

We believe every child has the right to feel safe and loved.  At Beverley Manor Nursery we do are upmost to ensure children are safe.

As part of a rolling program we support the children to recognise staying safe in a developmentally appropriate way. 

We look at -

  • NSPCC PANTS campaign
  • Stranger danger
  • Saying NO
  • Road Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • Staying safe near water
  • On-line safety


Through the curriculum we provide children with many experiences where we will support them to 'make choices' & 'risk assess'.  Examples of these opportunities - Forest School, Beach School, Tool area, Children's Kitchen etc.


What to do if you have a concern about a child attending Beverley Manor Nursery School


During school hours: 

  • Contact school and speak to any of the Child Protection team on 01482 882631.

  • Or if you are a young person, family member, carer, or member of the public and you want to discuss a child that you are worried about, or make a self-referral you can contact the Safeguarding and Partnership Hub (SaPH) during office hours on (01482) 395500 - Choose 'Option 1' and a social worker will be able to talk through your worries with you and discuss what happens next.

Out of school hours (including during school holidays):

  • If your concern is urgent and there is an immediate risk of harm, then contact the police on 999

  • Children's Emergency Duty Team (CEDT):

    If you have a worry about a child outside of office hours, the Children’s Emergency duty Team (CEDT) operates to respond to emergency situations from 5pm until 8:30am Monday to Thursday and 4.30pm until 8:30am on a Friday and at weekends and bank holidays. CEDT responds to emergency situations that are unable to wait until the next working day.

    These will relate to children’s safeguarding, potential placement, or family breakdowns and any other Children’s Services statutory workYour call will be taken by a Lifeline operator.

    The social worker will then make the decision if an intervention/additional information is needed that evening, or the situation can wait until the following morning when a children’s social work team or the Safeguarding and Partnership Hub (SaPH) will follow-up with the person sharing the information the following day.

    You can contact the Children’s Emergency Duty Team on:

    Tel: (01482) 393939

    In the event the telephone system is not working, please contact 07970156272.