All staff at West Earlham Junior School we ensure that every child who is registered is safe and protected from harm.  All staff will:

  • Protect children and young people at our school from maltreatment.
  • Prevent impairment of our children’s and young peoples mental and physical health or development.
  • Ensure that children and young people at our school grow up in circumstances consistent with provision of safe and effective care.
  • Undertake that role so as to enable children and young people at our school to have the best outcomes.

Safeguarding Team

Miss Blincow
Assistant Headteacher
Mrs Eyers
Miss Fereday
Assistant Headteacher
Mrs Willcock Arnold
Mrs Burroughs
Behaviour Support

Miss Hart
Family Support Worker

All members of the Safeguarding Team are trained Designated Safeguarding Leads.
You can talk to any one of them if you have a concern or worry about a child.

Agencies/Organisations you may find useful

Below are a list of some of the services/organisations we work closely with.  Most services you can access yourself but if you’d like support then please contact Amanda Patterson.

Established in 1974, Leeway is an independent charity providing support to adults, young people and children who are experiencing domestic abuse in Norfolk and Suffolk. We operate eight safe houses and people experiencing domestic abuse and their children are welcome to stay as long as necessary to secure a future free from a dangerous partner.

Nelson’s Journey supports children and young people in Norfolk who’ve experienced the death of a significant person. We provide a range of resources and services, and accept referrals from families and professionals for those who may need our support. Since 1997, Nelson’s Journey has helped thousands of bereaved children and young people in the county. It is thanks to the tremendous support of our local community that our work is possible.

For over 25 years’ children, young people and families across Norfolk and Suffolk have been supported by The Benjamin Foundation to overcome big challenges in their lives.  Our childcare care services inspire children to learn, feel happy and build their independence before their step up to school.  Overall 2,000 local children and young people every year finally feel hopeful of a better future because of the work of The Benjamin Foundation.

Call Just One Number on 0300 300 0123 or text 07520 631590 with any questions or concerns about your child’s health, wellbeing or development. Our clinical team are able to support you over the telephone, video call or text, and work with you to understand how best to support you and your family.

If you have difficulties in your family or are worried about your children, there are people who can offer help and support.

Difficulties could be:

  • Mental health problems
  • Domestic abuse at home
  • Drug or alcohol dependency
  • Your child not going to school
  • Struggling as a lone parent
  • Debt problems
  • Housing problems

Point 1 is a service for children and young people between the ages of 0-18 years who are experiencing the early signs of mental health difficulties. Patients must be resident in Norfolk or Waveney and have a Norfolk or Waveney GP. The service provides assessment, support and therapeutic help by skilled professionals for children and young people who are experiencing mental health issues and emotional difficulties.

Norfolk Children’s Advice and Duty Service (CADS) is made up of a team of Consultant Social Workers who have had specialist training and use a coaching style to empower partners to be more confident in working with families and meeting needs. The Consultant Social Workers will provide advice, support and signposting, identifying the correct services and support for the child or young person

If you are a member of the public you can do this through Norfolk County Council’s Customer Services on 0344 800 8020.

West Earlham Junior School
Scarnell Road, Norwich NR5 8HT

Telephone: 01603 454569

Headteacher: Mrs Catrin Eyers
School Business Manager: Mrs Beverley Savage