Pupil Safeguarding 

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St Francis Catholic Primary School is committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and will take action to safeguard their well-being, and acknowledge that children have a right to protection.  Our school acknowledges the importance of its role in the welfare of children and young people and, through the general ethos of the school, will seek to encourage children in need of support to come forward.

We all share a responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, whether as a parent or family member, a friend or neighbour, an employer or as a paid or volunteer worker. All members of the community can help to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people and should act to do so if they have concerns about a child’s welfare.” (Safeguarding Children: Working Together under the Children Act.

 

St Francis Catholic Primary School fully recognises the contribution it makes to child protection. Our school is committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and will take action to safeguard their well-being, and acknowledge that children have a right to protection.

Our school acknowledges the importance of its role in the welfare of children and young people and, through the general ethos of the school, will seek to encourage children in need of support to come forward.

St Francis Primary School will work with multi-disciplinary partners within the statutory framework established by:

• Pembrokeshire Safeguarding Children Board (PSCB)

• The All Wales Child Protection Procedures 2008 

• Safeguarding Children: Working Together under the Children Act 2004 Section 28 

• Safeguarding Children in Education – the role of local authorities and governing bodies under the Education Act 2002 

• PSCB – Handling Allegations of Abuse Made Against Adults who Work with Children and Young People.

 

Our policy applies to all staff and volunteers working in the school and governors. This includes staff working in the school, such as the catering and cleaning staff, who may not be employed by the governing body – for example, staff employed by contractors. Teaching assistants, lunchtime supervisors, caretakers, administrative and support staff, governors, as well as teachers, can be the first point of disclosure for a child or a concerned parent. The Child Protection Policy will be reviewed annually under the direction of the Local Authority Designated Officer for Safeguarding in Education, taking into account any new policy documentation and/or guidance. 

TELEPHONE

 

01646694830

ADDRESS

 

St Francis School,

Priory Road,

Milford Haven,

SA73 2EE

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