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Safeguarding Keeping children healthy and safe from harm

Our pupils are continually taught and encouraged to live healthy lifestyles and adopt safe practices. Our safeguarding policies and practices help to ensure that they are safe, happy and healthy - whether in the real or virtual worlds. School policies are in place to ensure that there is a consistent approach to practices throughout the school and that they are followed by staff, governors and volunteers.


Child Protection

The staff of All Saints recognise we have a full and active part to play in protecting our pupils from harm, that the child's welfare is our paramount concern and that all staff receive regular training to ensure our familiarity with child protection issues. All Saints, along with other services for children and families, works hard to support the needs of children.


There are Designated Safeguarding Leaders for child protection in school: the Headteacher, Mr Rhodes, is the Designated Safeguarding Lead. The School Business & Welfare Leader (Mrs Hales), the SENDCo & Inclusion Leader (Mrs Fahy) and the Assistant Head & Pastoral Leader (Mr Mckrell) are all Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads.


There is also a named Governor for Child Protection: Mrs Fielding.


The Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy can be viewed online (below) and in school. The policy is reviewed at least annually in line with any changes that may have occurred within the safeguarding environment. We also have a Whistleblowing Policy for dealing with allegations against staff.  A link to the safeguarding referral system can be found on this page.


A key document which governs safeguarding in schools is Keeping Children Safe in Education, the latest version of which is also provided below.

Peer-on-Peer Abuse - Sexual Behaviour
The concept of Peer-on-Peer Abuse is included in our safeguarding policy. The Brook Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool helps understand what behaviours, given different developmental ages of children, represent safe and healthy sexual development through to those which are outside safe and healthy behaviour.

Brook Traffic Light Tool for Sexual Behaviour

From Monday the 7th January 2019, the LADO Service (Local Authority Designated Officer) for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead was integrated within Achieving for Children, alongside the other Children's Services in the Borough.  The LADO service is a centralised service covering, Windsor and Maidenhead, as well as the London Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames and the London Borough of Richmond-Upon-Thames. The Interim Senior LADO for Achieving For Children is Alice Stott. 

The Prevent Duty

As children can be vulnerable to negative, extremist views, we work closely with the relevant authorities to build children's resilience against radicalisation. The following website give practical help to parents as well as educationalists:

The Prevent Duty: For Schools and Childcare Providers

Reporting a Safeguarding Concern

Should you have a safeguarding concern you wish to bring to the attention of Mr Rhodes, the Designated Safeguarding Lead, please use this contact form. If the concern is regarding Mr Rhodes himself, please contact the Chair of Governors, Mrs Walker, via the School Office.

LOVING ALL OUR NEIGHBOURS - John 15: 12 'This is My commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.'