Safeguarding (including E-safety)


Safeguarding has the highest priority and is everyone’s responsibility. All staff have regular safeguarding training and we have clear policies and procedures that are followed by everyone in school.

See our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy October 2019 for more details.

See also Appendix to Child Protection policy covering the partial school closure during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Miss Ryan is the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL). Mrs Buisson, Mrs Kipling and Mrs Davy are all trained to be able to deputise in this role.

If you have any concerns about the safety of any child, please raise it with the DSL or a deputy.

The government have produced the following updated guidance for parents and carers as a result of the pandemic.


In the modern world, children seem to access technology with ease. We know that the internet and online resources can provide a wealth of valuable educational material for our pupils. In school, we follow strict policies and use closely monitored filtering systems to ensure that such technology is used safely and appropriately.

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Online safety is a key part of the computing curriculum.

To support you in monitoring and supporting your children’s use of technology at home and on the move, we have provided some useful links.

***NEW – online safety activities while you are learning at home ***











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***We will update these as new activities are released *** )

Please also see documents below which may be useful.


Digital Safeguarding Christmas Advice (3)  (Not just for Christmas!)

WhatsApp parent_factsheet – The Key Snapchat parent factsheet – The Key Instagram safety factsheet – The Key Child safety on TikTok parent factsheet – The Key