SAFEGUARDING - during school closure

If you have a safeguarding concern about a child please follow at least one of the following procedures:

If you think you or the child is in immediate danger and needs urgent help, please call the police on 999.

If you are concerned a child is at risk please either contact the school on: 

Telephone: 01480 890341

Email: or

 or the Local Authority on:

Telephone: 0345 045 5203 (8-6pm Monday to Friday)  01733 234 724 (out of hours)


Our 'COVID-19 Safeguarding Policy' can be found in our STATUTORY INFORMATION section and COVID -19 section.

 Please also see the update to our 'Covid 19 safeguarding policy' which relates to partial school opening from 1st June 2020.
Contacting School
Teachers - please contact individual teachers about school work through the following class emails:
Reception -
Year One -
Year Two -
Year Three -
Year Four -
Year Five -
Year Six -
Office - please contact the office by either ringing 01480 890341 or emailing
Or contact Mrs Mulcrone by ringing 01480 890341 or emailing
All the staff at school are missing our families, so please keep in contact. We enjoy reading about what you have been doing and how you are getting on.
We will open again when it is safe to do so and when that day comes we will all truly appreciate being able to attend school and the importance of social contact.
The most important thing for now is to follow the government advice: Stay home, Save lives.
Children and Young People's Mental Health
Please see the following guidance from the Department for Education
Families in Need
During this extremely challenging time, your financial circumstances may have changed. We work closely with our local foodbank which is based in Sawtry. If you require food to help feed your families, please contact Mrs Mulcrone via email on This will be strictly confidential. At present they are operating on a delivery only service on a Friday afternoon.
If you think you may now qualify for free school meals due to your financial circumstances, you can apply online. The link is below. Despite the fact schools are closed, if you do qualify, we are able to send you supermarket vouchers instead of the hot dinner, your child would receive at school.
Please see the letter below from Cambridgeshire County Council about how to apply.