Our Designated Safeguarding Lead in school is MRS MICHELLE BAMFORD
The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are MRS NICKY GIFFORD & MRS ELAINE GARLAND
Our Chair of Governors is MRS RUTH YOUNG (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Safeguarding Governor is MRS VICTORIA HARPER (email@example.com)
Safeguarding Policy and Information
All adults who work or volunteer within Worlebury St Paul's CEVA Primary School are expected to read (as a minimum) and follow these policies and / or procedures.
- Allegations of Abuse Guidance 2022
- Annual Self declaration Form for existing staff
- Annual Self declaration Form for existing staff
- Anti-bullying and child on child abuse policy 2022
- Appropriate Touch Guidance
- Behaviour for learning policy October 2022
- COVID 19 Addendum to Safeguarding policy April 2020
- Disclosure Policy October 2022
- Fire Safety Management Arrangements Dec 22
- Fire Safety Policy Worlebury St Pauls Dec 22
- Guidance for Safer Working Practice Feb 2022
- Health Safety Arrangements Dec 22
- Health and Safety Policy Reviewed Dec 2022
- Inclusion Policy review 2022
- Internet Use Policy
- Jigsaw-and-the-Prevent-Strategy 1
- KCSIE 2022 Part One
- Mobile phones
- neglect toolkit
- Online Safety Policy 2022
- Parent leaflet on the Prevent strategy
- Positive Handling Guidance March 2022
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy 2022
- Safeguarding Procedures Flowchart
- Safeguarding Referral Process
- Social Media and Networking Policy 2022
- Staff and Volunteer Acceptable Use Policy
- Staff code of conduct policy
- What to do if you re worried a child is being abused
- Whistleblowing Policy 2022
Guidance for keeping children safe from abuse and harm for parent and carers during the Coronavirus pandemic: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-keeping-children-safe-from-abuse-and-harm/advice-to-parents-and-carers-on-keeping-children-safe-from-abuse-and-harm
ALL OUR STAFF HAVE COMPLETED THE 'COLLEGE OF POLICING - CHANNEL GENERAL AWARENESS MODULE' FOR THE PREVENT STRATEGY REGARDING RADICALISATION AND EXTREMISM.
The School has adopted the definition of the term 'Safeguarding' used in the Children Act 2004. In summary this is:
- protecting children from maltreatment;
- preventing impairment of children's health or development;
- ensuring that children are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and
- undertaking that role so as to enable those children to have optimum life chances and to enter adulthood successfully.
The School's safeguarding arrangements cover all aspects of life at School, in particular addressing these issues:
- health and safety;
- other harassment and discrimination, including racism;
- physical intervention;
- meeting the needs of pupils with medical conditions;
- provision of medical first aid;
- drug and substance abuse;
- off-site visits;
- intimate care;
- internet and communications safety;
- physical security of the School site;
- protection from maltreatment; and
- recruitment and vetting of staff and visitors to the site.
We believe that ICT and the internet are very positive and powerful learning tools. The internet is now also a major tool used for communication outside of school. Staying safe whilst using the internet both at school and at home is extremely important.
Please read our Online Safety Policy and view the sections below about Online safety rules, Care of Equipment and Acceptable User Policies for Pupils
Online safety Advice for parent and carers during the Coronavirus pandemic: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-keeping-children-safe-online/coronavirus-covid-19-support-for-parents-and-carers-to-keep-children-safe-online
Online Safety Policy (see above)
Social Media and Networking Policy (see above)
Foundation (Year R)
During the Foundation Stage children will be introduced to Lee and Kim. Lee loves to play a game called Animal Magic on the computer and Kim likes to watch him. SID is a superhero who protects the children on the Internet! He likes to fly around and teach children how to stay safe. He also loves to sing... This is from CEOP's (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) website 'think u know’.
Key Stage One (Years 1 and 2)
During Key Stage One children will be introduced to Hector - a friendly dolphin who helps them understand how to stay safe on-line. This is from CEOP's (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) website 'think u know'. Every computer in the school also has a 'Hector Safety Button' which the children can use if they are unsure about any content they view.
Lower Key Stage Two (Years 3 and 4)
In Lower Key Stage Two we use the 'SMART Crew' from the Childnet 'Know it all' website. The SMART Crew are cartoon characters who are guided in adventures to make smart online decisions.
Upper Key Stage Two (Years 5 and 6)
In Upper Key Stage Two the children will visit the Cyber Cafe from CEOP's website 'think u know' and simulate situations that may arise on the internet. They will also watch 'real-life' videos about internet safety and the use of mobile technology.
BE INTERNET SAFE AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO DO THE SAME.
Resources support Online Safety:
Support for parents:
Get Safe Online
Info on a little bit of everything including personal use and business
Common sense media
Reviews apps, games, books and films to help parents understand the positive and negative aspects and appropriateness for their child
App, website and game guides on setting up security, privacy and how to report and block
Articles and advice on a variety of topics to address with children
In conjunction with the NSPCC, a helpline for any of your online safety questions or concerns
0808 800 5000
Good advice by age guides
Help to set up parental controls