safeguarding our children

Safety, behaviour and welfare

“ Pupils say that they feel safe in school.”

(The school) “has a strong, caring ethos and high expectations of pupils that ensure they achieve well, both academically and personally.”

“Good behaviour, both in lessons and around the school, ensures a calm, purposeful learning environment.”

          Ofsted 2012

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility.

We are committed to keeping all of our children safe. Please be prepared to show ID, and do not be offended if we ask questions about you before allowing you on to our site.

If you observe anything of concern, please report to the office and ask to speak to a ‘Designated Safeguarding Officer’.

As part of our safeguarding policy and in line with our PREVENT Duty, we promote tolerance and respect for all cultures, faiths and lifestyles, and expect our visitors to share this commitment.

Miss Kim Wilcox is also our school's named Data Protection Officer.


The school’s caring Christian ethos underpins our daily school life and helps provide a strong moral compass for how we expect all members of our school community to behave and treat each other.

We provide a supportive and nurturing community, including Peer Mentors and an Emotional, Literacy Support Worker( ELSA) on each site to help ensure children feel genuinely listened to. We encourage children to take responsibility for themselves and others.

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