Safeguarding Poster

Keeping you safe

You can speak to any adults at school about anything that is worrying you. However, there are six adults who have the special job of keeping you safe.

Mrs M Brown (Safeguarding lead)

Mrs Teasdale, Mrs Fox, Mrs Angel, Mrs McGuinness and Mr Joyeux (Deputy Safeguarding leads)

 

Useful links

The Department for Education has commissioned the NSPCC to launch a new helpline called Report Abuse in Education. The helpline comes after numerous anonymised testimonials of sexual harassment and abuse in schools and colleges were shared to the Everyone’s Invited website.

The newly launched helpline will provide support to:
  • children and young people who want to share current and non-recent experiences of sexual abuse and harassment
  • children and young people who want to talk about being involved in or witnessing any incidents
  • anyone who works or volunteers in a school setting and needs support and guidance
  • adults who have experienced non-recent abuse
  • parents and carers who are concerned about their own child or other children.

Click here to access the NSPCC website

THE ASSOCIATION OF ADULT AND CHILD ONLINE SAFETY SPECIALISTS

ParentWise is a Home Office Website which  gives information for parents/carers about potential harm indicators, tips on how to have open conversations and links to advice designed to help keep young people in their care safe.

You can access ParentWise via this link ParentWise – A helping hand for parents and carers (campaign.gov.uk)

Click here to download a flyer for Parents Wise:

Policies

St. Edward’s Catholic Primary School: child-friendly safeguarding poster 

Peer On Peer Abuse Policy September 2021