At Holy Trinity CE Primary School we are comitted to ensuring that every child in our care is able to work in a safe and caring environment.
Staff are trained to recognise any Child Protection issues and report to the named person at school. Mrs Liley, Mrs Spencer and Mrs Kaynes are the Designated Safeguarding Leads and have received enhanced training.
Reverend Sue Allison is the named Local Councillor responsible for monitoring all safeguarding procedures and reporting back to the Local Council.
We take our safeguarding role very seriously and at times invite outside agencies in to provide the children with advice and to train staff.
We follow up all incidences of bullying reported to us, in line with our Anti Bullying policy, and parents are involved if the issues are serious.
All staff and volunteers must have a DBS check before they are permitted to work with our pupils.
Following the information session attended by some parents we are providing links to useful documents. This will serve as a reminder to those who attended and deliver useful information for those of you who were unable to attend.
There is also a link to the ThinkuKnow website which is highly recommended.
A link to the latest publication by Vodafone (don’t worry if you haven’t got a vodafone appliance), which is a comprehensive guide for parents and anyone who interacts with children and teenagers and wants to keep one step ahead.This guide although being 134 pages gives a current overview on what is new and how to keep one step ahead of your children, whilst giving safety tips and advice. Definitely worth a browse through for anyone that uses digital technology.
Please also visit the E SAFETY tab for further guidance.
Advice and Guidance page for Parents and Carers is now live on the Stay Safe Partnership Directory during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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