Address: Hazel Street, Leicester, LE2 7JN
Tel: 0116 2338411
Twitter: @HazelSchool

0116 233 8411

Hazel Community Primary School

Learning Every Day with Hazel Pride



  • If you have a concern about the welfare of a child, please contact the school office immediately.
    • Alternatively, please email 
    • Alternatively, Leicester City Council children's social care can be contacted on 0116 454 1004


Below is a link to CEOPs for if you have a concern regarding your child's online activity that you need to report.


Safeguarding Policies:

Policy Date of most recent review Date of next review
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy September 2021 September 2022
Online Safety Policy September 2021 September 2023
Whistleblowing Policy  June 2021 June 2022


Our safeguarding policies and practices are informed by Keeping Children Safe in Education - September 2020 

Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of Children

Making sure we keep children safe is our number one priority Hazel Community Primary School.

Safeguarding is part of every aspect of school life including, but not limited to:

  • The curriculum we teach
  • How we organise school trips and visitors to the school
  • The school site and its security
  • Administering medicines and first aid
  • Attendance and punctuality
  • Recruiting staff and their training
  • Staff and visitor code of conduct
  • Managing allegations against staff
  • Family support
  • Behaviour policy and exclusion from school
  • Anti bullying
  • Physical intervention
  • E Safety
  • Child protection (what we do to protect children when we become aware that they may have been at risk of or have suffered harm)

Safeguarding and child protection is the responsibility of every member of the school community.

Mr Hansen, the Headteacher, is also the Designated Safeguarding Leader (DSL) for Safeguarding and Child Protection. 

If we suspect a child may have been at risk of harm or have already suffered harm, we will work with Leicester City Council social services and/or the police to prevent further harm happening. Whilst we will always endeavour to discuss our concerns with parents there may be rare occasions and specific circumstances where we take action without discussing this first with parents or carers. DSLs regularly attend meetings with the Local Authority in cases of Child Protection, or to support Children in Need.

If you need any additional support to ensure your child grows up in the best possible circumstances, there are people in school who can help you, or put you in touch with the right people

The Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL's)

Mr D Hansen - Headteacher

Mrs H Jefferies - Deputy Headteacher

Mrs S Maxwell - Assistant Headteacher

Mrs R Rhodes - Inclusion Lead (SENDCO)

Miss C Thorpe – Attendance Officer

TBC - Family Support Worker