What to do if you have a safeguarding concern about a child or an adult at risk (whilst on your professional practice).
If you believe a child is in immediate danger you should ring 999 without delay
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Report to School
The school or setting will have their own local procedures which you should follow. This will involve reporting your concerns immediately without delay to the Designated Safeguarding Lead, or in their absence any member of senior management or another member of the safeguarding team.
Report to the Faculty
Once you have reported concerns to the school or setting you should also raise the concern with a designated safeguarding officer in the Faculty of EducationSafeguarding our ITE partnership
You report concerns by either:
Completing the FOE Safeguarding incident formIncident Reporting form | Safeguarding
Getting in contact with the Safeguarding team via email or telephone.
If you remain concerned or believe appropriate action may not have been taken then you can report your concerns directly to the NSPCC.