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St Saviour's Church Schools

Safeguarding

St Saviour's Safeguarding Team

*DSL stands for Designated Safeguarding Lead

If you have any safeguarding concerns at the St Saviours Church Schools don't hesitate to contact the school

 

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Sophie Hunt (Infant Head of School)

Jenni Simmons (Junior Head of School)

                         

Deputy Safeguarding Leads

Joe Beament (Executive Headteacher) 

Sara Hibbs (St Saviour's SENCO)

 

Member of staff responsible for Looked After Children (LAC)

Sara Hibbs 

 

Chair Of Governors for both St Saviour's Schools

Claire Henwood

 

The St. Saviour’s Schools recognises its legal and moral duty to promote the well-being of children and keep them safe. We promote their welfare by creating opportunities for them to achieve their full potential, thus giving them optimum life chances in adulthood.


We believe that every child regardless of age has at all times and in all situations a right to feel safe and protected.

 

We recognise that many of the risks to children in the ‘real world’ apply equally to the ‘virtual world’ that children and young people may encounter when they use ICT in its various forms. We take seriously our responsibility to educate our children to help them to become safe and responsible users of new technologies, and allow them to be discriminating users of both the content they discover and the contacts they make online.  Our aim is to teach them the appropriate behaviours and critical thinking skills to remain both safe and legal online, wherever and whenever they use technology.

 

The school seeks to adopt an open and accepting attitude towards children as part of our responsibility for pastoral care. We believe it is important that the voice of the child is ‘heard’ and that the day to day life experiences of the child in their own home are captured and contribute to any planning and provision. The school hopes that parents and children will feel free to talk about any concerns and will see school as a safe place if there are any difficulties at home.

 

 

What do you do if you have concerns about a child or young person?

 

The first step is to speak to the class teacher unless the concern is urgent and you are worried about the safety of a child or young person then you can find information and contact details here

We believe that every child regardless of age has at all times and in all situations a right to feel safe and protected.

 

Our school recognises its legal and moral duty to promote the well-being of children and keep them safe. We promote their welfare by creating opportunities for them to achieve their full potential, thus giving them optimum life chances in adulthood.

We recognise that many of the risks to children in the ‘real world’ apply equally to the ‘virtual world’ that children and young people may encounter when they use ICT in its various forms. Our aim is to teach them the appropriate behaviours and critical thinking skills to remain both safe and legal online, wherever and whenever they use technology.

 

The school seeks to adopt an open and accepting attitude towards children as part of our responsibility for pastoral care. We believe it is important that the voice of the child is ‘heard’ and that the day to day life experiences of the child in their own home are captured and contribute to any planning and provision. The school hopes that parents and children will feel free to talk about any concerns and will see school as a safe place if there are any difficulties at home.

 

What do you do if you have concerns about a child or young person?

 

The first step is to speak to the class teacher unless the concern is urgent and you are worried about the safety of a child or young person, then please contact the school Designated Safeguarding Team.

This is the NSPCC guidance on 'what to do if you suspect abuse':

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/signs-symptoms-effects/what-if-suspect-abuse/

 

We use the NSPCC PANTS resources to teach the children how to stay safe from abuse:

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/

For more advice and information on E-Safety (Online Safety) please click on the link below to be taken to our Esafety page.
Click on the link below to be taken to our school policy page
Click below for information on Social Media (this is a sub page from our E-safety section)
Click below for more information from the NSPCC
Key Government documents and links
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