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Safeguarding

The governing body of Holy Trinity CofE Primary School takes its responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children seriously; and to work together to support those children who are suffering harm. We aim to provide an environment in which children and young people feel safe, secure, valued and respected, feel confident and know how to approach adults if they are in difficulties, believing they will be effectively listened to.

The Designated Safeguarding Leader (DSL) is Mrs C Taylor (Inclusion Leader)

The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leaders (DDSL) are: Mrs Ambrose (Head of School), Mr Hills (Executive Headteacher) and Mrs Patton (School Office) 

Nominated Governors for Safeguarding & Child Protection are: Mrs G Kemp (Governor) and Miss Martin (Governor) All members of staff and volunteers are provided with child protection awareness information and training. All staff are aware of their duty to raise concerns and must follow the school’s Whistleblowing Policy.

If you have any concerns about safeguarding, then please speak to Mrs Taylor (DSL), Mrs Ambrose (DDSL), or Mr Hills (DDSL), or Mrs Patton (DDSL) at the school.

Below are two links to websites regarding safeguarding.

  • https://www.surreyscp.org.uk/ The new Surrey Safeguarding Children Arrangements have been developed in consultation with a broad range of stakeholders and the agreed vision is: “The new safeguarding arrangements will make a difference to the lives of children and young people in Surrey by ensuring that agencies work better together, learn from local and national practice and continuously improve services to enable children and young people to be safe and feel safe in their families and communities.”
  • https://www.surreyscp.org.uk/ Click on this link for advice to parents and carers.  Safeguarding children and young people are everyone’s responsibility.