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All Saints is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We believe that pupils have a right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment which includes the right to protection from all types of abuse, and we are committed to working with our parents to ensure that all children have the best possible outcomes. We regularly train our staff to be vigilant for signs of any pupil in distress and are confident about applying our safeguarding processes to make sure that all children at All Saints are safe.

If concerns are raised in school about the welfare or protection of a child, these may be passed on to Wokingham Children's Services. Passing this information on is our legal responsibility as a school. Wokingham Children's Services may then decide to conduct an investigation to decide if a child is at risk of harm. When passing information to Children's Services, we aim to do this with the knowledge and consent of the child's parents, however this may not always be possible. 

We have a number of policies and procedures in place that contribute to our safeguarding commitment, including our Child Protection Policy which can be viewed in the Policies section of our website.

Safeguarding team:

  • The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Ms Quinell, Executive Headteacher
  • The Deputy Safeguarding Leads: 
  • Ms Collinson, Acting Headteacher
  • Mrs Wilkinson, Special Needs Coordinator - SENCo
  • Mrs Crossan, Interim Assistant Headteacher
  • The Safeguarding Governor is Mr Butler

Early Help

We are able to provide our families support from a Family Support Worker, who can signpost parents to services and provide support with many aspects of family life. We also work closely with the Education Welfare team at Wokingham to support children in attending school regularly.

Operation Encompass

The aim of Operation Encompass is to enable staff in every school to understand how to support children who are experiencing domestic abuse. This directly connects the police with schools to ensure better outcomes for children who are subject to or witness to police-attended incidents of domestic abuse. This means that children are better safeguarded against short, medium and long term effects of abuse. 

Educating your child about abuse:

I am sure you all talk to your children about road safety and about stranger danger, and it is equally as important to talk about staying safe from abuse. Please visit the NSPCC website for advice on how to talk PANTS with your children.

Useful Links for Parents

The NSPCC website has lots of excellent resources and advice to help keep children safe.

For more information on these areas and many more click here.