Norbridge Primary Academy fully recognises the contribution it makes to Child Protection and the safeguarding of all children/pupils. Ensuring risks to children/pupils at our Academy are minimised will enable them to achieve, be happy and safe. Every child deserves the chance to reach their full potential.

If you are concerned about the welfare of a child, please speak to one of the following safeguarding leads:

If you are concerned about the welfare of a child, please refer to the procedures outlined in the poster below:

Further guidance can be found on the Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children Partnership website:

We are proud to announce that Norbridge has been recognised for its commitment to helping pupils stay safe online. We are now a National Online Safety Certified School. We are also proud to annouce that we have achieved National Online Safety Remote Education Accreditation for our commitment to providing safe remote education.

Speak Out, Stay Safe Programme

In Autumn Term 1 2023, children across school participated in the NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe assemblies and workshops. This programme helps children to understand that they always have a right to feel safe, and that they can speak to a trusted adult or Childline if they ever need help or support. You can find out more information here:

Online Safety Newsletters

Please find below the monthly edition of our Online Safety Newsletter. The newsletter is full of information for parents/carers about how children can stay safe online and will showcase valuable facts about websites, social media apps and games that primary school children may have access to:

Switched On!

A new rail safety programme for 3-16s that encourages young people to stay Switched On around the railway. To find our more please visit Home – Switched On! (

NSPCC Booklets & Guides

We support the NSPCC PANTS Programme at our school. Please see below for resources and guidance for parents/carers.

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