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Safeguarding Team

 

Designated Safeguarding Officer: Mrs. H. Woodgate (Deputy Headteacher)

 

Designated Safeguarding Lead Team: Mrs V Vaughan, Mrs K Grimshaw, Mrs Winter, Mrs R Rose, Mr Rose, Mrs Craigie

 

Learning Mentors:  Mrs R Rose, Mr Rose, Mrs Creagie

 

To speak to one of our team, please contact school on 01977 651291. Thank you

 

We will be rolling out the Safer Schools app to staff, parents/carers and children starting in February 2020.

We will be rolling out the Safer Schools app to staff, parents/carers and children starting in February 2020. 1

Events in School

 

Every week, we have a Safeguarding Assembly - this sometimes includes the Picture News update, as well as visitors into school and celebrations of other National Events.

 

Term 1 - we had assemblies on re-launching the Keeping You Safe board for children, updates on Safeguarding staff and the Wakefield Children's Charter, an introduction to Bobby Bear, the launch of the PSHE topics, Being Me in My World and Celebrating Difference, Anti-Bullying assemblys to fit with National Anti-Bullying Week and to launch our updated policy, a series of assemblies on the risk of live streaming and feedback from our Children's Survey of Safety in school.

 

So far in Term 2 - E-Safety lessons shared via the Goldilocks - a hashtag cautionary tale story, the launch of the PSHE topic, Dreams and Goals, input on Railway Safety and launches for Children's Mental Health Week and Internet Safety Day.

Future in Minds

 

School works closely with Future in Minds (part of the CAMHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) to provide emotional and mental health support to our pupils.  Each term, school discusses key children who would benefit from additional support, with the Future in Minds practitioner to gain advice, referrals and resources to support us in our work with these and other children.    In future, these meetings will also include a representative from our local Children's First Hub to allow us to integrate more closely and offer support to include the wider family. 

 

Additionally, each half term,  Future in Minds work with targeted classes and they can also provide events for parents and carers. 

3rd March - parent and carer event - dealing with children's emotional needs and mental health - see presentation below

7th July - advance notice of an event for parents and carers about supporting children as they transition to High School.

 

See links to other mental health resources below ...

Community Alert - info from the Police

Mental Health Support for Young People
Wellbeing resources for families and children:
Resources Related to Domestic Violence and Domestic Abuse

Children Vulnerable to Exploitation (CVE)

Including CCE (Child Crimination Exploitation, also known as 'County Lines')

Including CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation)

Information About Young Carers

Links to Local Sites and Resources

Early Help - What's Available in Wakefield and How to Get It
NSPCC - We use lots of NSPCC resources in school as well as having them visit the children.
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