Child Protection & Safeguarding

During the school year, Miss Atkinson, our Child Protection Coordinator leads a Safeguarding Assembly.

Here is a list of the assemblies delivered so far:

"What is Safeguarding?" 12th September 2017

"Road Safety - Green Cross Code" 19th September 2017

"Road Safety - Different Types of Road Crossings" 26th September 2017

"Stranger Danger" 3rd October 2017

"Rail Safety" 10th October 2017

"Using Medicines Safely" 17th October 2017

"The Firework Code" 23rd October 2017

"Anti-bullying Week" 14th November 2017

"Safety in the Home - Focus on the kitchen" 21st November 2017

"Safety in the Home - Focus on the rest of the house" 28th November 2017

"Keep yourself safe over Christmas" 19th December 2017

"Fire safety at school" 16th January 2018

"Fire safety in the home" 24th January 2018

"NSPCC" 30th January 2018

"Safer Internet Day" 6th February 2018

"Electrical safety" 20th February 2018

"Play safely in the snow" 28th February 2018

"The importance of sleep" 6th March 2018

"Self-defence club" 16th April 2018

"Sun safety" 24th April 2018

"Alarms and warnings" 9th May 2018

"Cycling Safety" 21st May 2018

"Keeping Healthy" 11th June 2018

"Building Site Safety" 18th June 2018

"Looking after your teeth" 2nd July 2018

"What is Safeguarding?" 10th September 2018

"Internet Legends" - Internet E-Safety led by 'ParentZone' 17th September 2018

"Jewellery in School" 25th September 2018

"Cycling Safety" 3rd October 2018

"Proper Hand Washing" 9th October 2018

"Dangers of Online Gaming, such as using 'Fortnite'" 15th October 2018

"The Firework Code" 23rd October 2018

"Be Bright, Be Seen at Night" 6th November 2018

"Anti-Bullying Week" 12th November 2018

"The Golden Rule (linked with Anti-Bullying Week)" 14th November 2018

"Home Alone" 22nd November 2018

"Fortnite Safety Settings" 9th January 2019, (click here for powerpoint)

This assembly was led by year 6 pupils

"Pegi Ratings on Games" 16th January 2019

"The SMART Internet Rules" 22nd January 2019

"Proper Hand Washing" 30th January 2019

"Safer Internet Day" 5th February 2019

"RNLI Water Safety at the Coast" 8th February 2019 presented by the RNLI

"E-Safety tips" 26th March 2019

This assembly was led by year 6 pupils

"What is Bullying?" 1st May 2019

"Different types of Bullying" 7th May 2019

"Bullying - why people do it" 20th May 2019

"School Trips - how we make sure they are safe" 20th June 2019

"Bikeability Feedback - what we've learned about road safety" 27th June 2019

This assembly was led by year 6 pupils

"Stranger Danger" 3rd July 2019

This assembly was led by PCSO Placha

"Who do I turn to for help at school" 4th September 2019

"Important Road Safety Tips" 10th September 2019

This assembly was led by an officer from Humberside Fire & Rescue

"Online Chat Rooms" 17th September 2019

"Say No to Racism" 2nd October 2019

"Home Alone" 9th October 2019

"Being Aware about Dyslexia" 16th October 2019

"Lock Down Procedures and Practice" 21st October 2019

"Follow the Firework Code" 5th November 2019

"Be Bright, Be Seen" 6th November 2019

We welcomed Mr Meara-Blount who presented hi-viz arm bands to every pupil.

"Understanding Autism" Part 1 19th November 2019 

"Crossing the Road Safely" - National Road Safety Week" 21st November 2019

"Understanding Autism" Part 2  27th November 2019 

"Treating Head Lice" 4th December 2019

This assembly was led by Mrs Fenwick, our school nurse.

"Thinking About Others After Christmas" 8th January 2020

"Raising Awareness of Epilepsy" 15th January 2020

Together with the education and curriculum that we provide to pupils, we consider child protection to be of vital importance. We have a dedicated and well-trained staff who work closely with our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) & Deputy head teacher, Miss Atkinson, as well as the Deputy DSL Mrs Brocklebank. If anyone has any queries, concerns or information that relate to a child's welfare, protection or safety, then please contact the school to speak to one of the DSL's.

Like most schools in Hull, we use the CPOMS online safeguarding site to record a range of health, welfare, behaviour and safeguarding issues. CPOMS complies with the General Data Protection Regulations.

Miss Atkinson and Mrs Brocklebank are our CEOP Ambassadors. 

GOOGLE TRANSLATE: Please ask us if you would like any information translating into another language. As a multi-cultural school we aim to improve communications with all our parents. 

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