School Street, Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, M26 3BW

0161 724 2266

School Business Manager- Chair of Governors Debi Walker

Millwood Primary Special School, Bury


Designated Safeguarding Leads - Beckie Savage and Shai Lampert

Deputy Designated Safeguarding lead - Katy Neild and Jill Tierney

Safeguarding Governors - Debi Walker and Eve Ryan

Designated Teacher for LAC - Jill Tierney

LAC governor - Melissa Connelly and Eve Ryan

Child and Family Support Worker - Catherine Lomax

Single Central Record managed by Katherine Ashworth


If you have any questions please contact the school on 0161 724 2266


To view our safeguarding policies, please visit our Policies page.

Additional  documentation:

Keeping Children Safe in Education

What to do if you're worried a child is being abused

Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018

Bury Encompass Commitment:

As part of Millwood Primary Schools commitment to keeping children safe we have signed up to implement the principles and aims of the Encompass model.

In signing up to Encompass the Governing Body and Senior Leadership Team:-

  • Endorse the Encompass Model and support the key adults in our school to fulfill the requirements of the Bury Encompass Protocol
  • Promote and implement the Bury Encompass processes and use these in accordance with internal safeguarding children processes.
  • Recognise the sensitive nature of the information provided and ensure that this is retained in accordance with the principles of data protection.


PANTS Resources

As part of both our safeguarding strategy and our RSE curriculum, we have embedded the PANTS rule created by the NSPCC into school life.

 The PANTS rule was designed to help children understand bodily autonomy and is an easy way to remember 5 key, clear rules about keeping your body and the bodies of those around you safe.

 It is a child-friendly way of understanding which body parts are private, consent, safe touches, trusted adults and the importance of talking about things that bother you. These messages are vital for our children to absorb and understand.

 The PANTS rule has a mascot, Pantosaurus, and lots of resources which are implemented into daily routines in school including the Pantosaurus song and a poster in each class. PANTS is taught differently depending on the child’s needs, developmental stage and ability to understand, however premise is always the same. The Pants Song can be found here:



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