Pastoral care of children requires on the part of staff the highest standards of professionalism in terms of conduct, expectations, supervision, teaching and vigilance.

We link our behaviour strategies to the SEAL programme and also our P.R.I.D.E. policy. We actively teach and address social and emotional development.

Staff are required to follow child protection procedures in the identification and notification of suspected abuse and unexplained injuries. In such cases the welfare of the child is deemed to be paramount. All concerns will be reported to the child protection officer (the Headteacher) and will then be reported to the appropriate authority.

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Jane Brailsford
jane.brailsford@e-act.org.uk

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Zarda Fazil
zarda.fazil@e-act.org.uk

Safeguarding Policy

Keeping children and adults safe in education

Working together to safeguard children

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