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Keeping our children safe is our number one priority


Safeguarding arrangements at All Saints' CE Federation of schools is underpinned by three key principles:


1. Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility: all staff, governors and volunteers play their full part in keeping our children safe.


All of our staff, governors, students and volunteers are well trained and receive a thorough induction. Records of this are retained by All Saints'.


You can view details of our safeguarding training, including in year training and updates, on the 'Safeguarding Training' page.


2. All Saints' Federation of schools operates a child-centred approach: a clear understanding of the needs, wishes, views and voices of children.


3. All staff, governors and volunteers have a clear understanding regarding abuse and neglect in all forms; including how to identify, respond and report. This also includes knowledge in the process for allegations against professionals.  


Governors closely oversee safeguarding practices at All Saints' and monitor the annual S175 Safeguarding audit which the federation of schools undertakes. An update is provided to All Saints' governors on a termly basis.


Our lead governor for safeguarding is: Sally Theakston. 


If you have any concerns or queries then please contact any of our trained Designated Safeguarding Leads via e-mail:

Trained Safeguarding Leaders at All Saints'


Role Name DSL
Designated Safeguarding Lead Ben O'Connell

24.1.20 and 16.3.20 

Safer Recruitment: 11.8.17

Learning Mentor and Deputy Safeguarding Lead Bethan Lloyd 28.3.20
Key Stage 2 Trained DSL  Cath Lee


Safer Recruitment: 8.1.19


EYFS Deputy SL & EYFS / Key Stage 1 Safer Recruitment Sophie Ferguson

DSL 17.05.19

Safer Recruitment: 3.3.19

Key Stage 1 Trained DSL Isobel Outhwaite DSL 17.05.19 
Additional Safeguarding Lead Paul Clark


Safer Recruitment: 1.2.20

Safeguarding Lead Governor Natalie Carline


Chair of Governors Jo Smith


Channel: 26.9.18




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