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Safeguarding & Child Protection

Please follow the link below to access our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

The Designated Lead for Safeguarding in our school is Miss Amy King, Headteacher.

Amy King
Phone: 01491 836408 
head.3244@st-nicholas.oxon.sch.uk

 

The deputy DSLs in our school are Miss Helen Horne ans Mrs Samantha Lindsay.

 

The Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) is Alison Beasley.

Alison Beasley
Phone: 01865 815956 or 07795 266750 
alison.beasley@Oxfordshire.gov.uk

OSCB - Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board

This is a resource for keeping young people safe with information about what to do if you are worried about a child. The following link provides a wealth of information and support for parents and carers.

Anti-Bullying

Monday 14th November is the start of Anti-Bullying Week. KS1 have had a special assembly to think about what bullying is and how we can use our values to help ensure this doesn't happen in our school.

Miss King has a meeting planned with Jo Brown who is the Local Authority lead on Anti-Bullying. We want to renew our policy on Anti-Bullying and get everyone involved. Look out for more information coming soon!

http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/

E-Safety

Using the internet is part of everyday life for most children and young people. Although for the most part, the internet is very beneficial to children and young people, we know that there are risks to young people. Please follow the links below for more information about e-safety.

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Engage eSafety came to deliver INSET to staff and ran a session for parents.

“I found the session very helpful and feel infant age is the perfect time to start teaching about being safe online. My daughter is in year 2 and is only allowed to use the internet under supervision currently, but we need to be prepared for the not too distant future when we let her have a little more internet independence. Thank you for your time and expertise.”

Domestic Abuse / Domestic Violence

Domestic abuse is widespread, often escalates, and almost invariably impacts on children in the household. From 2007 domestic abuse has been defined in legislation as harmful and abusive to children. It affects their emotional wellbeing, behaviour, attainment, and long term life chances: the younger the child the greater the risk. The following information can offer support in this area.

Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0800 731 0055

(Monday – Friday 9.30 – 6pm, Saturday 10am – 4pm)
This is free and will not show on your home telephone bill but may appear on an itemised mobile phone bill.

The Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Helpline can provide emotional support and practical information for adults affected by domestic abuse. It works with victims to empower them to make decisions regarding their relationship, irrespective of whether they wish to leave or not. The helpline can help with any enquiries that you may have and provide access to support services.

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NSPCC - Talk Pants

Prevent Extremism

All schools have a duty to safeguard vulnerable people from extremism.

The Prevent strategy is part of the UK Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST)  published by the Government in 2011.

Prevent has three main objectives to:

  • respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism
  • support vulnerable people and prevent people from being drawn into terrorism
  • work with key sectors and institutions and address risks.

It focuses on early intervention before any illegal activity takes place. The aim is to reduce the likelihood of individuals who support a violent extremist ideology of becoming terrorists. Find out more about the Prevent strategy by following the link below.

Keeping  your family safe
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