Safeguarding Information

What is Safeguarding?

Safeguarding can be defined by promoting the health, safety, and welfare of all pupils. We invite all parents/carers and pupils to regularly check the Safeguarding page on our website so they are aware of the different avenues of support available in helping to keep children safe.

Key Staff

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mr Bazen
  • Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads: Mrs Ridley, Mr Bartel & Miss Brignall

Contacts

These email addresses are monitored during term time and can be used to quickly notify the school of safeguarding and bullying concerns:

All pupils have been informed that they should speak with their ‘go to’ person (i.e. their Form tutor) or a member of staff they trust if they have any concerns about the safety of themselves or a fellow pupil.

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St Joseph's Catholic School Part of Pilot to Help Safeguard Children

Wiltshire Council has worked with ten schools including four in the county, including St Joseph's Catholic School, to identify and respond to harm young people experience within education environments and also their communities. The scheme called Safer Young People has been trialled in a number of schools.

The work involves supporting schools to evaluate how they respond to child exploitation or peer-on-peer abuse.

Andy Bazen, of St Joseph’s Catholic School said: “We were delighted to be selected to be a part of this pilot. We have already found that it has increased staff understanding, vigilance and reporting. Being a part of the pilot has highlighted to all of us the severity and serious nature of Extra Familial Harm.

"We feel that being part of the pilot has helped us to reflect, review and refine practices, and will ensure that we continue to provide the best safeguarding possible for our young people.”

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CAN'T FIND WHAT YOU NEED?

Please email safeguarding@sjcs.org.uk and we will do our best to help. Pupils can also go directly to their 'go to' person (i.e. their Form Tutor) or a member of staff they trust if they have any questions or concerns.