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St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

'For every future, for every child'

Safeguarding

All adults at St Gregory’s are here to make the children feel safe and happy. We do however have a safeguarding team who are happy to discuss any safeguarding concerns, including any concerns about online safety (E-Safety);

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safeguarding Leads at St Gregory's

Mrs Sellwood - Designated Safeguarding Leader
Mrs Rougvie-Fevrier - Deputy DSL
Mrs Mitchell - Deputy DSL
Mr Kirk - DSL
Mrs Moss - DSL
Miss Rougvie - DSL
Miss Usmar - DSL
Mr Gilbert - DSL

Mrs Sellwood - Designated Safeguarding Leader & Vice Principal

Mrs Rougvie-Fevrier - Deputy DSL & Academy Principal

Mrs Mitchell –  Deputy DSL & Inclusion Manager/SENCO

Mr Kirk - UKS2 Teaching and Learning Leader

Mrs Moss - LKS2 Teaching and Learning Leader

Miss Rougvie - KS1 Teaching and Learning Leader

Miss Usmar - Early Years Teaching and Learning Leader

Mr Gilbert - HLTA

 

Ms Allen-  Safeguarding Governor

At St Gregory’s our aim is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our pupils and staff and to follow laws and guidelines for the protection of children and adults. We value all those with whom we come into contact and aim to treat all people with respect and care.

 

Safe guarding outcomes for children are:

· Children and young people are safe

· Effective procedures to ensure that young people are safe are in place

 

Safeguarding is not just protecting children from deliberate harm. At St Gregory’s we ensure policies and systems are in place to raise awareness and manage the following elements of good safeguarding:

 

v Health and safety

v Bullying

v Racist abuse

v Harassment and discrimination

v Prevention of radicalisation

v Use of physical intervention

v Meeting needs of pupils with medical conditions

v Providing first aid

v Drug and substance misuse

v Educational visits

v Intimate care

v Internet safety

v School security

v Attendance

v Teaching children how to manages risks

v The rigour of governing body procedures to ensure health, safety and wellbeing of all staff and pupils in school

v The effectiveness of school’s work with agencies to ensure health and well being

v Risk assessments to manage or eliminate risks

v Extended school procedures and provision

v Severe Weather

 

 

 

 

Children return to school on Thursday 3rd September 2020. Updated advice on Coronavirus from Public Health England can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19/ You can find Mr Wright's amazing video under our Home Learning- School Closures page. You can now download our school app at https://myschoolapp.co.uk
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