Across the Valley Partnership Health and Safety is taken very seriously,  this includes safe guarding and internet safety. You are welcome to come in and talk to us about our policies and procedures. Despite our  most recent audit scores of over 96%,  works is always  continuing to review and improve this important sphere of our work.


We take our duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children extremely seriously. Our Designated Child Protection Officer is Mrs Deborah Eveleigh. Our Deputy Designated Child Protection Officers are Mrs Nicola France and Mr Rob Roffey. We have an expectation that all staff and visitors to our school will behave in a way which ensures our children are safeguarded at all times.  This expectation involves a duty for any safeguarding concerns to be reported. Devon Safeguarding information can be found at:

Internet (E Safety)

We have a comprehensive e-safety policy. If you wish to report any concerns you can use this link. You will find the logo at the bottom of all our webpages:


If you would like to help your child understand internet safety here are some Internet Safety Tips that you may find useful.

Reporting a Concern About a Young Person

If you have a concern which involves the safety or wellbeing of a child or another safeguarding issue please contact Mrs Eveleigh during school hours on either:

01823 672521 or  01823 672510

or using either of the  e-mail addresses: or

If the concern is serious and outside of school hours please contact the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

  1. Telephone: 0345 155 1071 (Mon-Thurs 9-5, Fri 9-4)

or  0345 6000 388 (Emergency Duty Team if outside of the above hours)

  1. E-mail:

For more Information about MASH please see their website by clicking on the link – MASH

Or the following link

Managing Allegations

Local Area Designated Officers (LADO) provide advice and guidance to employers and voluntary organisations that have concerns about a person working or volunteering with children and young people who may have behaved inappropriately or if information has been received that may constitute an allegation.

If you consider a LADO referral is needed:

  • Gather the relevant information: the name, date of birth and home address of the ADULT connected to the allegation/incident; the child/children’s details (LADO procedures cannot begin without this information).
  • It is advisable that you initially discuss the details with the Designated Child Protection Officer (Mrs Deborah Eveleigh) and record/log the details in your relevant records.
  • They will also need your name, your organisation’s address and the role you have in your organisation.
  • Once you have this information, call Exeter (01392) 384964. For more information please click on this link: Local Area Designated Officers

Internet Safety


There are several on line sites that will give you information and guidance about how to keep your child safe on line. Please read our e-safety policy for details of our expectations in school and out of school for parents, children, staff and governors.

To help you at home we have put located some useful websites:

To help your child keep safe while using Minecraft: Brush up on your Minecraft knowledge and stay safe

On line safety of older children- safe web surfing top tips for Kids and teens on line

Are on line games with chat safe? Are on line games like Minecraft safe?

What are PEGI ratings? PEGI ratings explained!

Keep your personal information safe: Jigsaw for 8-10 year olds

Keep your personal information safe (Be a Super protector KS 1) A CEOP KS 1 Film: ‘Lee and Kim’ cartoon suitable for 5-7yrs