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At Saint Edmund's, we believe that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. We have a strong commitment to safeguard all of our children, ensuring their health safety and well-being in all areas of our practice.

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If you are ever concerned about the safety or wellbeing of any child, please speak directly to:

  • Mrs Louise Brown, Head Teacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead or Mrs Hannah Bridges, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead above, OR
  • any member of Saint Edmund's staff team, OR
  • The NSPCC helpline 0808 800 5000, OR
  • MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub) 0300 456 0108

If you believe a child is in immediate danger of harm, call 999 and ask for the police.

What we do at Saint Edmund's to protect your children and keep them safe

  • All members of staff receive Level 1 training annually
  • Every member of staff is expected to read and understand Keeping Children Safe in Education, as well as all the related Safeguarding policies
  • All members of staff are expected to undertake online Preent Duty training
  • The Safeguarding team have attended Level 3 training and update training on a regular basis
  • Mrs Brown has attended Safer Recruitment Training
  • Safeguarding team attend local update briefings
  • Staff meetings revisit safeguarding on a regular basis
  • Saint Edmund's have a dedicated safeguarding governor, Captain Callum McMillan

Our Duty of Care

All staff have a Duty of Care to report concerns. Parents and Carers will be informed of such concerns involving their child unless, by doing so, the risk to the child would be increased. A written record will be kept on file and shared with other safeguarding professionals as necessary. Records will be transferred to the children's new schools when they leave Saint Edmund's. Copies will NOT be kept on site.

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