St Edward’s Catholic Primary School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all pupils in its care. We aim to ensure that our children are safe from all forms of abuse; physical, emotional, sexual, neglect and free from all types of bullying including.
We are committed to giving our children the skills to keep safe at home and school. We have worked with the NSPCC to highlight how children can keep safe through assemblies and workshops. The children have also raised over £1500 towards their recent appeal. The fire service and police have given talks to different year groups. We hope to provide our children with the skills to keep safe and know what to do when they have concerns or are worried.
The teaching of e-safety skills is an essential element of our curriculum and we give children the skills to keep safe on line and to be able to deal with any incidences of cyber bullying.
As a school we recognise that safeguarding against radicalisation is no different from safeguarding against any other vulnerability. At St Edward’s all staff are expected to uphold and promote our Core British Values.
If you have any concerns about the safety of your child or any other young person, please contact the following:
DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING LEADS: Mrs J McQuillan, Mrs K Methven, Mrs S Shuttleworth.
SAFEGUARDING GOVERNOR: Ms T Lambert
In November we held an afternoon and evening session for parents and carers to provide them with information on our anti-bullying policy and procedures. Parents appreciated the information session and the feedback was very positive. The powerpoint is provided below for your information. This was also shared with the children during assembly.