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Safeguarding

St Michael's CE (A) Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Mrs Kate Jackson, Headteacher, is currently the Designated Safeguarding Lead for the School. The Deputy Safeguarding Leads are Mrs Milhavy-Jones, Mrs Navratil and Mrs Vann.

 

Equality statement

Some children have an increased risk of abuse, and additional barriers can exist for some children with respect to recognising or disclosing it. We are committed to anti-discriminatory practice and recognise children’s diverse circumstances. We ensure that all children have the same protection, regardless of any barriers they may face.

 

We give special consideration to children who:

  • Have special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities or health conditions (see section 10)
  • Are young carers
  • May experience discrimination due to their race, ethnicity, religion, gender identification or sexuality
  • Have English as an additional language
  • Are known to be living in difficult situations – for example, temporary accommodation or where there are issues such as substance abuse or domestic violence
  • Are at risk of FGM, sexual exploitation, forced marriage, or radicalisation
  • Are asylum seekers
  • Are at risk due to either their own or a family member’s mental health needs
  • Are looked after or previously looked after (see section 12)
  • Are missing from education
  • Whose parent/carer has expressed an intention to remove them from school to be home educated
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