School Logo

Clayton St. John C of E Primary School

Growing together in God’s love

Contact Details



Meet the Safeguarding Team

Statement of Intent
At Clayton St John CofE Primary School we are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. We believe every pupil should be able to participate in all school activities in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from harm. This is the responsibility of every adult employed by or invited to deliver services at Clayton St John CofE Primary School. We recognise our responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all our pupils by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional abuse, neglect and bullying.

We operate various systems and procedures through our safeguarding policies, these include health and safety and child protection. Certain members of staff have a designated role in school as the named person for the protection of children. See the attached poster to see our Safeguarding Team. Should there be concerns regarding the welfare of children local procedures are followed. 

The school playgrounds are enclosed by fences. Gates are closed and locked at all times.

The children are always supervised by school staff when it is playtime. The staff will ensure children play safely and also sort out any playtime disputes between children.

Fire Safety
There is a fire alarm system fitted throughout school. This is tested weekly. Fire Drills are held regularly through the year.

Parking on the school drive is restricted to staff and visitors. Accessible parking bays are available on the presentation of a valid parking permit. Please contact the school office for more information. We ask all car drivers to park considerately and with respect to our neighbours.


How is my child's health monitored at school?
The school is visited regularly by the school nurse and dentist who monitor the health of every child.

Children who are injured at school will be seen by a first-aider and an appropriate course of action will be taken.

If a child becomes unwell at school they may be sent home, and therefore it is vital that we have emergency contact numbers. Please ensure they are updated when necessary.