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Safeguarding Notice

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads: Mr Mark Saxby, Miss Rosanna Blake, Miss Kerry Cutler, Mrs Sally Mitchell, Mrs Jemma Murray

Our Child Protection and Safeguarding policies can be found here

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Well being

Your child's wellbeing measure

 

A child's happiness and wellbeing is every parents' top priority. The factors that influence wellbeing are varied. We all have sunny days and days that are clouded,  yet there are some clear aspects of a child's development that need securing at Primary school; such as self esteem, the ability to manage feelings and emotions and the ability to make relationships.

 

Our school is judged on the data generated by assessment in the core subjects of maths and Literacy, but we also equally value children’s wellbeing, but this does not yet generate data. To address this we will be assessing and profiling each child in three key areas- Self-confidence and self-awareness, Managing feelings and behaviours and making relationships. At the parent consultations, in the Autumn term, we will be asking parents to come to the meeting with their perspective on their child’s wellbeing in these three key areas. The teachers will also share how their child presents in school. This information can then be used to shape provision at school and the care, guidance and support provided at home.

 

The data generated will also help inform how resources are allocated within the school, developments to our provision and to evaluate the success of any changes we make.

 

The attached PDF document will be sent to parents prior to the consultation and used by the school to profile your child.

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