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Safeguarding

 

At St Robert Bellarmine Mrs Dowell is the Designated Lead for Safeguarding.

The Deputy Designated Lead is Mrs Davies.

All children in Key Stage 2 have been given a safeguarding leaflet which outlines extremism and radicalisation. It is our responsibility to help children understand some of the risks that exist. As a class, they have already discussed the leaflet with their teacher and are now more aware of these risks. A copy of the leaflet can be found below. 
Please take time to discuss this with your child at home too. 

E-SAFETY and Digital Images

 

In order to safeguard all our children and staff it is school policy that any photographs or images taken during school events such as Assemblies, events,celebrations etc. are acceptable for parents/carers to do so. In this instance these images are permitted for personal use only and MUST NOT be shared on any form of social media.

 

 

Anti Bullying

 

As part of our curriculum each year we work on aspects of Anti bullying during our Friendship Fortnight. Each class will discuss issues relating to; how to be a good friend, what happens when things go wrong, who to seek help from, what is the definition of bullying, the role of the onlooker.

These issues are addressed to support the age group of the child.

We celebrate some of the work which takes place during this fortnight with an Assembly in the Round for the whole school and parents.

Our Y6 children looked at our Anti Bullying policy and decided they wanted to make this much more child friendly.

They have produced a leaflet which has been given to each child.

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