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Safeguarding Policy

SOUTH WONSTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

Safeguarding Policy

 

 

Policy Statement

 

Safeguarding determines the actions that we take to keep children safe and protect them from harm in all aspects of their school life. As a school we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our pupils. 

 

The actions that we take to prevent harm; to promote wellbeing; to create safe environments; to educate on rights, respect and responsibilities; to respond to specific issues and vulnerabilities all form part of the safeguarding responsibilities of the school. As such, this overarching policy will link to other policies which will provide more information and greater detail.  

 
   

This policy should be read in conjunction with the school’s Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct

 

 

 

 

Aims

 

  • To provide staff with the framework to promote and safeguard the wellbeing of children and in so doing ensure they meet their statutory responsibilities.
  • To ensure consistent good practice across the school.
  • To demonstrate our commitment to protecting children.

 

 

 

 

Principles and Values

 

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. As such it does not rest solely with the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) and their deputies to take a lead responsibility in all the areas covered within this policy.

 

Some areas, such as Health and Safety, are a specialist area of safeguarding and may have a separate lead for this area is in place in the school.

 

Safeguarding processes are intended to put in place measures that minimise harm to children. There will be situations where gaps or deficiencies in the policies and processes we have in place will be highlighted. In these situations, a review will be carried out in order to identify learning and inform the policy, practice and culture of the school. 

 

All pupils in our school are able to talk to any member of staff about situations or to share concerns which are causing them worries. The staff will listen to the pupil, take their worries seriously and share the information with the safeguarding lead.

In addition, we provide pupils with information of who they can talk to outside of school both within the community and with local or national organisations who can provide support or help.

 

As a school, we review this policy at least annually in line with DfE, HSCP, HCC and any other relevant guidance.

 

 

Date Approved by Governing Body:  25th September 2019

 

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