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Kingsclere CE Primary School

Happy, confident, successful, responsible children with a lifelong love of learning
"Let us be concerned for one another, to help one another to show love and to do good" (Hebrews 10:24)

As a Church of England school we welcome families of all faiths
Headteacher Mr Steve Wells
"A Good School with Outstanding features" - Ofsted


At Kingsclere CE Primary School we actively seek to prevent safeguarding issues and are vigilant in our pursuit of keeping our children safe and happy.  The number one priority for us as a school is to keep our children safe which underpins our ethos. We work with various national groups such as NSPCC, CEOP, Anti-Bullying organisations as well as local, professional bodies to ensure we follow best Safeguarding practice.  Please see our Safeguarding Policy for more information.

We have five fully qualified Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) to ensure our children are safe and happy throughout their time with us. The Chair of Governors, Tracey Stratton, is also DSL trained and works with John Liddeatt as our Safeguarding Governors.

Mr Wells
Mrs Spencer-Healey
Mrs Wallace
Miss King
Mrs Foote


Each year, two pupils and a teacher take part in the Hampshire Anti-Bullying Conference. The pupils then organise and run a number of collective worships to share what they have learnt share information and strategies to the whole school. In addition, they also organise competitions about anti-bullying to raise the profile still further. Every member of staff is vigilant and proactive in their approach to anti-bullying.  Our Headteacher, Mr Wells is the designated Anti-Bullying lead.


We regularly reinforce the importance of e-safety throughout the school day, both in and out of classrooms.  We make parents aware through information in our fortnightly Chronicle, information on our website and we have held awareness sessions for parents.

Prevent Training

All teaching staff have carried out online training on ‘Prevent’ and all staff have been made aware of this strategy and its importance in combating extremism.  This forms part of our Safeguarding procedures.