Mount Pleasant Primary School

Mount Pleasant Primary School

'Every child matters, every moment counts'


Safeguarding and promoting welfare is everyone's responsibility. At Mount Pleasant the health, wellbeing and safety of all people who work and learn at our school is our priority. We aim to keep everyone safe and provide a secure and nurturing environment for everyone.

If you have any concerns in school please report tis to the DSL or Deputy DSL by phoning 01254 232046 or emailing

If you have any immediate concerns about a child's safety or welfare please ring Children's Social Care on 0300 1236720 or the police. 

Designated Safeguarding Leads

All schools in Lancashire participate in a project, called Operation Encompass, which is run in partnership with Lancashire Police.

The project, which commenced in April 2019, aims to support children who are affected by domestic abuse.

Following a domestic abuse incident attended by Lancashire Police, at which children from our school were present, Lancashire Police will notify us early the next morning and prior to the start of the school day. This enables us to offer support or whatever is needed to any child arriving at school.

Each school has a member of staff (key adult) who is trained to liaise with the police, when required, whilst ensuring support is available to the child. The adults in our school are Mrs. Whittaker, Head teacher and Mrs Watson, Deputy Headteacher.

We are committed to providing the best possible care and support for all our pupils.  In the meantime, if you would like to speak to someone further about the project or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Brown via the school office on  01254 232046.

Operation Encompass Parents 


Keeping Your Child Safe Online

At Mount Pleasant Primary School, ensuring that children are safe online is a priority. As a result, e-safety is part of the school's curriculum. Staying safe online should also be a priority away from school too. Below are a range of links to the NSPCC's website, which are designed to provide you with help and advice, should you ever need it. The school's Online Safety Policy can also be viewed under the school policies tab.


Talking to your child about staying safe online:

Your child and online gaming: 

Your child and social media: 

Using parental controls for devices which have internet access:  

Reporting something you have concerns about on the internet:  

What to do if your child discovers something online which is inappropriate: 

Your child, the use of technology and their mental wellbeing: