Safeguarding Team
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Mrs Jenni Logan


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Mrs Sue Gregg

DSL and Assistant


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Mrs Bev Morgan

DSL and Safeguarding and Inclusion Officer

The Designated Safeguarding Lead at Meadow View School is Mrs Jenni Logan.

The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads at Meadow View School are

  • Mrs Susan Gregg

  • Mrs Bev Morgan

The Designated Safeguarding Lead is responsible for safeguarding and child protection at Meadow View Primary school. The key role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead is to:

  • manage referrals from school staff or any others from outside the school

  • work with external agencies and professionals on matters of safety and safeguarding

  • raise awareness of safeguarding and child protection amongst the staff and parents

  • ensure that child protection information is transferred to the pupil's new school

Safeguarding Documents:

Useful Websites for Parents:​


Operation Encompass

Domestic abuse is a crime and occurs across all of society, it can happen to anyone. It can include physical violence, sexual assault and rape, verbal abuse, humiliation, not allowing people to see family and friends, threats to take away children, stalking, and denial of medical care and threat of deportation.

We want parents to be aware that we are a school that participates in operation encompass.

Operation Encompass is a partnership between South Yorkshire Police and Education, has been designed to provide support for any child in school who may be affected by a domestic abuse incident where the police have attended.

A key safeguarding member of staff in school will be informed when a domestic abuse incident has been recorded within the previous 24 hours or over the weekend. This will enable school to monitor children possibly affected and, where required, support if necessary. This will remain confidential; no information about specific incidents is shared with school. The school will, however, be able to make provision for possible difficulties experienced by children who have been involved in, affected by, or witnessed a domestic abuse incident. More information can be found here: