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Oxford Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS20 9DA


Headteacher - Mrs Fiona Wharton

Guiseley Primary School

Safeguarding - Designated Safeguarding Lead - Anna Bradbury

Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility: 

Guiseley Primary School is committed to ensuring that safeguarding is the school's highest priority. 

In our recent Ofsted Inspection (June 2023) our safeguarding was found to be effective.

We expect all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. Photographs and videos of children is not permitted without prior permission from the headteacher.

If you are concerned about the safety of any student in our school, you must report this to our safeguarding team.

You can do this by completing a Cause for Concern form. These are located in the red folders in every classroom and at the school office. Once complete, please hand this directly to a member of the safeguarding team.

Our school staff and governors have up to date training to ensure that our safeguarding is effective.

To contact children's social work services:

Practitioners can contact Duty and Advice on 0113 376 0336

Members of the public should call the Contact Centre on 0113 222 4403

Immediate danger or risk of significant harm in an emergency  999

Safeguarding Team

Mrs Anna Bradbury: Designated Safeguarding Lead

Miss Chloe Adair: Deputy Head and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Elizabeth Hewitt: Learning Mentor, Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Wharton: Head Teacher Children Looked After and Pupil Premium

Mr Graham Jarvis: Governor responsible for Child Protection


All of our staff and governors have undertaken recent statutory and non-statutory safeguarding training. 


Useful resources and support can be found at:

 Behaviour policy.pdfDownload
 Final Safeguarding Child Protection LA Model Policy 2023-2024.pdfDownload
 Internet Policy.pdfDownload
 Model Whistleblowing Policy for School Based Staff (November 2021).pdfDownload
 Online Safety Policy.pdfDownload
 Whistleblowing Guiseley Primary School Reporting Form 2023.pdfDownload
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SENDCO - Mrs Claire Clayton

What is SEND ?

Any child with barriers to learning may have Special Educational Needs. These fall into 4 broad categories.

Cognition and Learning

Communication and Language

Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)

Sensory and or Physical Needs

If you feel that your child may have barriers to learning under any of these categories, please contact school where it can be discussed confidentially with an appropriate member of staff.

Pupils with Disabilities

No discrimination is made against any child being admitted to school with a disability. Parents are requested to inform school of any disability known to them, which their child may experience, so appropriate facilities can be provided to assist access to the school and the curriculum.

Children with disabilities will participate in all everyday activities of which they are capable, and will not be treated less favourably than other pupils.

If you feel that your child may have a problem, please contact school where it can be discussed confidentially with an appropriate member of staff.

Equal Opportunities

The school is committed to a policy of equal opportunities for all regardless of gender, race or disability. We promote self-respect and an understanding of others in our multi-cultural society


What specialist services and expertise are available or accessed by the school?

Guiseley Primary School has good links to organisations which can offer specialist provision for our pupils. These include:

The Complex Needs Service provided by Leeds City Council such as inclusion workers, educational psychologists and SEN support workers
Speech and language therapists.
Aireborough Extended Services who offer parent support workers and activities outside school.
TaMHS (Targeted Mental Health in Schools) counsellor
CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) to support for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Support from the school nurse to help with writing Health Care Plans.
Visual Impairment team who offer support to the school for students with sight deficiencies.
Support from the Occupational Therapy Services.
STARs team to support children in school who have Autistic Spectrum Condition.
Children’s centre support team.

For information about school admissions, please contact the school office or the headteacher.

For specific information about your child, please contact the class teacher.

 Send-information-report-20222023 .pdfDownload
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