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At St Saviour's Church of England Junior School, staff help keep children safe and well by:
  • helping them learn about their personal safety
  • being a trusted adult who children may turn to for help, and who will take them seriously
  • identifying when children may need help
  • understanding the steps that must be taken when there are concerns for children's safety and well-being
Our school helps keep children safe and well because:
  • we have a caring school ethos that helps children feel respected
  • we have staff who are available and accessible to provide help
  • safety is a priority and is specifically taught through the curriculum
  • children are provided with the knowledge, skills and values they need to choose and maintain a healthy lifestyle
  • children are given access to information about child support services such as ChildLine

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Bonell, Mr Arnold and Mrs Tift are also Designated Safeguarding Leads (including online SAFETY).  Mrs Morland advises Mr Bonell on online safety. 

All safeguarding policies are in the 'Policies' section under the 'Key Information' tab of our home page.


For all safeguarding policies, please see our 'Policies' page under the 'Working Together' tab on the home page.

Online safety work, February. Year 3 have been learning how to keep information private. Year 6 have been learning how to navigate and stay safe when using social media

Safeguarding policy and practice for parents 2017

One page guidance for visitors to St. Saviour's on safeguarding

Safeguarding Self Review, completed in December, updated in March 2018. Governor visit safeguarding report Dec 2017

Teachers use PiXL's online safety scheme of work and Southwest Grid for Learning's Digital Literacy scheme, with additional sessions taught by Class Teachers

Kent County Council Advice to Parents on Gangs