St John's Upper Holloway C.E Primary School

Jesus said: 'Love each other as I have loved you'. - John 15:12

Our safeguarding commitment

Our school places a great deal of emphasis on keeping our pupils safe and it is a central part of our vision statement. All adults in school are fully vetted to check they are safe to work with children and our staff receive regular safeguarding training to ensure they are up to date with the latest guidance and statutory requirements. Our safeguarding and child protection policy sets out the many ways in which all staff are vigilant to possible safeguarding concerns and how we work with a range of agencies, including children's social care, to ensure we fully meet our safeguarding duties.

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

The designated safeguarding lead is the deputy head teacher, Mr Turpin. The deputy designated safeguarding lead is the head teacher, Mr Welsh. Our extended schools manager, Miss Noel, has designated safeguarding lead responsibility for children in Buzz club. The governor with responsibility for safeguarding is Marion Cullen. If you have any concerns about a safeguarding issue in school please speak with your child's teacher or one of the above key staff members.

Mr Turpin- Designated safeguarding lead

 

Mr Welsh- Deputy designated safeguarding lead

 

Ms Plaw- Designated safeguarding lead for extended schools

Marion Cullen- Safeguarding link governor

 

 

Online safety

We understand that children can face many risks when they are online- whether that is on a computer, games console, phone or any other online device. We teach our children about these risks from an early age and help them to consider the ways in which they can minimise them in order that their (and others) experiences are safe and happy ones.

In addition to our on-going e-safety lessons, we celebrate safer internet day across the school each year and try to involve the whole school community as much as possible. This year, the theme was "Create, connect and share respect- a better internet starts with you".

Other very useful websites are:

https://www.bbc.com/ownit

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

https://www.net-aware.org.uk/‚Äč

www.nspcc.org.uk

The following resources are also really helpful, especially if you want to talk through some of the safer internet messages with your chidlren.

A parent's guide to being share aware.

Your child's online world- a guide for parents.

Helpline poster.

 

Below are some of the picture highlights of our day.