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Safeguarding

If you have a concern about the safety of a child – it is your duty to report it. It is probably noting but … could you live with yourself if a child came to harm because you did nothing?

Any concerns at all should be passed on to a member of the safeguarding Team. We promise that we will listen carefully and that we will not think you are daft if it is just a small thing.

The Designated Safeguarding Team at St. Michael’s consists of:

Jan Matthews

Giles Floyd

Lisa Cordaro

Mary Hillier

Juliette Doggett

Designated Safeguarding Lead

DSL in training

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Safeguarding Link Governor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The school works closely with families and can often point families to the best place to get help and support. We also work closely with Social Services, the NHS, the police and a range of agencies.  There are clear procedures  for the school to refer safeguarding concerns to the correct agency. Whenever the school makes a referral, parents and carers will be informed as soon as possible. The only exception to this would be if it was considered that the child would be in more danger if parents were informed.

 


For more information, why not visit our 'Policies' page and check out our: Child Protection, e-safety, anti bullying anti-racism and cyberbullying policies as well as our Single Equality policy which deals with all forms of prejudice related discrimination.