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Safeguarding statement

Lane End Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Should a child protection issue be identified, the school is legally bound to follow government guidelines.

The NSPCC  encourage children to speak out and stay safe from all forms of abuse. Children can call Childline for free on 0800 1111 any time, any day for someone to talk to if they are worried. 

Support & Advice

At Lane End Primary School we believe that the best outcomes for children occur when the school works in partnership with parents and carers.  

We also work with a number of agencies to help support children and their families. Please follow the links below to find out more information. If you are unable to find the information you need, please come and speak to the Headteacher. 

Lane End Children's Centre

Lane End Children’s Centre is run by Action for Children and help to support all families with children under the age of 5 years old. Expectant mums and dads and carers for the under 5;s such as foster parents, childminders and extended family members such as grandparents are also welcome. Families can get advice and support to help access the services needed - close to home. Children's Centres are part of the Buckinghamshire Early Help offer.

Lane End Children's Centre is a satellite centre for the Stokenchurch & Hambleden Valley Children's Centre.

Family Resilience Service

The Family Resilience Service (FRS) offers practical, intensive help to families in Buckinghamshire who want to make positive changes in their lives. Their focus is always how to make life better for children and young people within their family.

The FRS work with all of the family, together and on an individual basis, usually in the family home. Sometimes they offer the chance to attend a group.

Bucks Family Information Service

The Bucks Family Information Service is a one-stop website containing a wealth of information for parents on a range of different areas such as: Childcare, Children's Centres, Local Offer for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities as well as ideas for things to do in Buckinghamshire.


To find out more about staying safe on-line, please visit our e-safety pages for both parents and children.

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