Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs)
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) - Louise de Graaff
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) - Maisie Shuttleworth
Safeguarding at All Saints’
We care for each individual child as though he/she is our own child. We want every child to be loved and cared for, to grow in self-confidence and self-discipline and also to develop a sense of responsibility. We actively encourage parents to be partners with the school in the education of their children.
Before your child starts school, parents are invited to informal meetings to get to know the school, the teachers and what the children will be learning. After a few weeks in school, parents are invited to talk to their child’s teacher about how their child is settling in and what progress has been achieved.
At All Saints’, children are rewarded and encouraged both privately and publicly for their efforts in all areas of school life. During our weekly Celebration Worship, merits, Christian value certificates and sports awards are presented to all classes and celebrated along with the achievements of our children in extra-curricular clubs and activities outside of school.
A variety of programmes of work are used in school to teach children how to keep safe and how to show positive and practical ways of dealing with potentially dangerous situations. these programmes cover the following areas:
NSPCC – Speak out. Stay safe.
NSPCC – PANTS rules
To report any concerns about Child Protection please call First Response: 0300 111 8007
Further details of our approach to safeguarding are available in our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy below.
At All Saints’ we are committed to developing lifelong, independent learners who use technology as a tool for learning and personal development. In school, children are taught how to stay safe online, how to recognise any potential dangers and how to report these.
We take the safeguarding and personal wellbeing of our children extremely seriously. Therefore, our school network is continually monitored by Mrs de Graaff who receives daily and weekly reports about the online and offline use of technology at All Saints.’ In order to monitor network activity closely, every child has their own unique user name and password to access their network user profile. Further details are available in our Digital Safeguarding Policy below.