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Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children

School Safeguarding Policy Statement

 

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone's responsibility. It is important that when fulfilling this responsibility we always consider what is in the best interest of the child. All staff at school are kept aware of systems which support safeguarding. All relevant staff receive the relevant safeguarding training. All adults and students who are regularly working with children on site must have a DBS certificate and the date this was checked by school is recorded on the single central record.

 

Parents

 

If you are worried about a child being abused the NSPCC website provides useful information on types of abuse and what to look out for.

 

As a parent with concerns you can also contact the designated safeguarding lead at school. This is Mr. Collins.

 

Our Lady of Grace will always listen to and act quickly on concerns. School keeps written records of all concerns raised.

 

Our Lady of Grace has a number of policies & procedures which support safeguarding. These include:

  • bullying (including cyberbullying)
  • children missing in education
  • preventing radicalisation
  • e-safety

 

The above policies and procedures are available in the policies section of this website and/or on the school website.