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As a school we take the safety and well-being of all of our pupils very seriously.

We expect that anyone who comes to work in our school, either paid or voluntary, will share in this commitment and follow our Safeguarding policy.

Please note this policy also applies to any trades person who is undertaking work in our school.

The schools designated officer for child protection is Mrs Houghton.  Any concerns must be reported to her and in her absence to Mrs King or Mrs O'Brien.

The schools Safeguarding Governor is Mr Sean Bailey ( Acting Chair of Governors)

Please read through the school’s Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy with your child.


Useful Links

Information can be found below at:


At any point anyone can report a concern they have about a child



Sexual Exploitation

If you are concerned about Child Sexual Exploitation age appropriate advise and resources can be accessed at:


Mrs Houghton is the lead for Child Sexual Exploitation.
Prevent Information
If you have concerns about radicalisation and extremism or believe your child is at risk then please contact school and speak to Mrs L Houghton, Mrs J O'Brien
Online material promoting terrorism or extremism can be reported here:


Miss Fildes is our Computing and E-Safety Leader.  If you require any further information on this matter please ask at the school office.

As part of Ant-Bullying and e-Safety Week our children have designed posters which are visible around school. Well done to our winners!

Please also refer to our Parent Zone Online Safety page for more information including 'Sexting' support advice.

 Useful Links

Operation Encompass and Domestic Abuse

What is Operation Encompass?

  • Operation Encompass is an initiative enhances communication between the police and schools where a child is at risk from domestic abuse
  • The purpose of the information sharing is to ensure schools have more information to support safeguarding of children. By knowing that the child has
    had this experience, the school is in a better position to understand and be supportive of the child's needs and possible behaviours
  • Operation Encompass will complement existing safeguarding procedures

For more information click on the link below:

Operation Encompass

Early Help Advice and Guidance

Early help is the term used in St Helens to describe our approach on a whole range of individual social, health and educational issues when providing support to children, young people and their families as soon as problems emerge or re-emerge. Families should be enabled and supported to have the right conversations, with the right people and at the right time about their needs or concerns, so that statutory interventions can be avoided where this is appropriate. For more information regarding the Early Help Framework, Graded Care Profile and the Early Help Assessment Tool, please see the documents below. 


 2023 - Anti Bullying Policy.pdfDownload
 2023 - Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.pdfDownload
 2023 - Computing and E-Safety Policy.pdfDownload
 2023 - Positive Behaviour Management Policy.pdfDownload
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