Safeguarding

SAFEGUARDING

Keeping children safe covers many topics including:

  • Healthy eating and physical activity
  • Emotional and mental health
  • Emotional impact of parents’ mental health issues on children
  • Healthy relationships
  • Road, rail and water safety
  • Medical needs and disability
  • Neglect, including sleep deprived
  • Children accessing age inappropriate content
  • Appropriate adults – safer recruitment
  • Bullying, including cyberbullying
  • Child protection
  • Health and safety, including first aid, site security and risk assessment
  • LAC
  • Domestic violence
  • Drugs & alcohol abuse
  • Radicalisation
  • Child sexual exploitation (CSE)
  • Sexting
  • Fabricated or induced illness by adults towards children
  • Faith abuse
  • Female genital mutilation (FGM)
  • Forced marriage
  • Gangs and youth violence
  • Gender-based violence
  • Honour based violence
  • Private fostering
  • Peer on peer abuse
  • Violence against women and girls (VAWG)
  • Modern slavery

 

How we ensure safeguarding compliance.

School has many policies which are regularly reviewed,  understood by staff and put into practice:

  • Safeguarding and child protection, which includes radicalisation, CSE & FGM.
  • Anti-bullying
  • Behaviour management
  • E –Safety
  • Acceptable use of social media
  • Health & Safety
  • Educational Visits
  • SEND
  • Equality Scheme
  • Pupil Premium
  • Whistle blowing
  • Managing allegations against adults
  • Complaints’ policy
  • British values
  • Keeping children safe in education
  • Guidance on safer working practices
  • Asthma policy
  • Attendance
  • Data protection
  • Healthy Eating & packed Lunch
  • Pupil premium policy
  • Missing Child Policy
  • Non-collected Child
  • Security
  • Separated Parents’ Policy
  • Relationships & Sex Education policy
  • pupils with medical conditions
  • Visitors to School
  • Self-evaluation, including parents and children’s’ views.
  • Confidentiality

 

Staff training

Whole school Training:

Child Protection whole school refresher (Sep 18),  Graded Care (July 15)

FGM –  Oct 14

LGBT – March 17 & April 17

PREVENT – Feb 19

TCSB 7 mins briefing – Nov 17

TCSB Threshold Assessment – Jan 20

Sexting – Oct 17

Mental Health Resilience June 18

Internal safeguarding memos

County Lines and Modern Slavery Oct/Nov 18

Parents E-Safety session 20th May 2019

KCSIE – September 2020

CSE – 27th Jan 2020

Child Protection and Safeguarding Refresher – 4th November, 2020

GDPR – September, 2020

Child Protection and Safeguarding at St. Peter’s, Anti-Bullying, Whistlebowing, KCSIE, Managing Behaviour – September, 2021

 

Designated Safeguarding Lead (Katherine Ryan) training:

DSL – Roles and responsibilities training – 18th Oct 2019

EHA training – 12th Nov 2019

Thresholds training – Jan 2020

TSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children – Foundation – July 2020

DSL Refresher Training – June 2021

Safer Recruitment Training – July 2021

Complex Safeguarding Training – July 2021

Practitioner Safeguarding Communication Forum – September, 2021

 

Deputy DSL (Richard Gould ) training:

Child Protection Refresher Level 2 – 13th July  2017

E-Safety Lead – September 2020  (receives regular alerts from LA.)

Sexting training  – 11th Oct 2017

Complex Safeguarding – 15th Nov 18.

DSL training 14th January 2019

CP Online & E Safety – 20th June 2019

CP Network – 3rd July 2019

DSL – Roles and responsibilities training 18th Oct 2019

Safeguarding young people in a digital environment 22nd Nov 2019

SCR, DBS and other vetting checks training – 27th Jan 2020

Neglect Strategy Launch – 5th Feb 2020

Keeping Children Safe Online – July, 2020

DSL Refresher Training – June 2021

E-Safety Training – September 2021

 

Governor responsible for Safeguarding (Ann-Marie Worrall)

Safeguarding for Governors – 26th Feb 2018

Safer Recruitment Refresher Training – 10th Oct. 2018

PREVENT training – 4th April 2019, May 2021

 

Early Help Assessment (formerly common assessment framework: CAF) Lead (Mrs Hilary Williams)

EHA Training – July 2021

Signs of Safety Training booked for October 2021

 

Health & Safety Co-Ordinator (Tricia Chadwick)

H & S Working at Height – Nov 17

Site Manager Training – July 18

H& S Risk Assessment – Oct  18

First Aiders at work training x 8 staff  (rolling programme of training)

Paediatric training x 8 staff (rolling programme of training)

Defibrillator training – March 2019

Defibrillator training – Nov 19

Carrying out and Recording Risk Assessments – January, 21

Duties, Roles and Responsibilities of the Health and Safety co-ordinator – June, 2021

Health and Safety in Schools – July 2021

 

For a link to Tameside’s safeguarding page and detailed information on Tameside’s safeguarding please click here: Tameside Safeguarding Link 

Please also click the above link if you are worried about a child.

For a link to the government document ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ please click here: Keeping children safe in education – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

Safeguarding – how we teach it.

Safeguarding is inherent throughout the curriculum on a daily basis. During the year we have a specific focus on some safeguarding topics and use national awareness themes.

Autumn 1

 fire drill, rights of the child, being a good citizen, multi- faiths, safe squad, fire safety, keeping safe on the railways

 

Autumn 2

anti bullying, disability awareness, E  safety, emotional and mental health

 

Spring 1

lock down drill, safer internet day, sexting, emotional & mental health, Y5 Barnardo’s training on healthy relationships

Wellbeing Feb 2019

 

Spring 2

fire drill, canal & water safety , healthy eating, sleep awareness, NSPCC keeping safe workshops & assemblies

 

Summer 1

road safety, emergency evacuation drill, physical activity

 

Summer 2

water & rail, Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE), Friendship Day

 

Our ethos promotes ‘Celebrating Differences’ which is embedded throughout our curriculum, ensuring that our school community accepts and welcomes diversity, including  ethnicity, disability, family and relationship choices and much more.

 

Katherine Ryan – July 2021