It is the School’s responsibility to:
- Create a safe environment for children through robust safeguarding practices. and ensure that adults who work in the school, including volunteers, don‘t pose a risk to children.
- Make sure staff are trained, know how to respond to concerns and keep-up-to-date with policy and practice.
The Safeguarding umbrella casts its net widely over the School’s day-to-day running and covers a number of categories, including Child Protection, Safer Recruitment, Health & Safety, First Aid, Visitors, Supervision of Pupils and Off-site Visits, to name a few.
Further information can be found under the Policies section of the website, in particular our comprehensive Child Protection (Safeguarding) policy. Specific pages relating to Anti-bullying and Health & Wellbeing can be found among the Pastoral pages of this website. The school holds annual whole-school events to help raise awareness of national safeguarding issues, such as Anti-bullying Week, E-Safety Week, Traffic Awareness, Health & Wellbeing etc.