Our school community will be a compassionate place of enjoyment, respect and hope where courage is valued and skills developed for all to thrive in a diverse world;
growing in strength, wisdom and faith.”
Romans ch 5 vs 3-4
We have a robust and thorough safeguarding culture at St Paul's, with a vigilant staff who are regularly updated on current safeguarding issues and adopt an attitude of 'it could happen here'.
The safety and wellbeing of our children is our top priority and we work with parents, families and external agencies to ensure children are kept safe.
Safeguarding is taught through our curriculum, assemblies and collective worship and through special safeguarding events such as Children's Mental Health Week, E-Safety Day and NSPCC initiatives. Children are taught to have a voice and speak out if they feel unsafe or worried.
Our Safeguarding Policy can be viewed on the Key Policies page of the website.