Please note that the Prevent Policy relates to supporting pupils who may be at risk of being radicalised. All schools have a duty to ensure children are not drawn into any activities that can harm them (Article 36 of the UNCRC). Every member of staff has been trained on this duty. It is important to note that there is much information on safeguarding on this site and you may have to use the search function to get further information. There are also links available for you to find out about specific areas, such as Female Genital Mutilation and what you would do if you have concerns. These links can be found on the page - Keeping Your Child Safe.If you want to ask questions about any of the subjects above please come to see Mrs Evans or Miss Norris. We will be running e-safety training for parents in the Summer Term and we hope all parents will attend this very important training .
Teaching Pupils about Safeguarding
It is vital that children learn to look after themselves and we spend much time in teaching them how to keep safe, particularly with the Internet. Pupils are taught about e-safety regularly. They also sign an agreement as to how they will use computers and the Internet at school. Please click here to see what they sign.