This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We all have a role to play in protecting children and young people from child abuse and neglect. But a third of people who suspect child abuse, do nothing.
You don't have to be absolutely certain about your suspicions; if you have a feeling that something's not right, talk to your local children's social care team who can look into it.
Family Support Team
Who we are: Holy Trinity's Eight Designated Safeguarding Leads
Child Protection Policy 2021
Designated Safeguarding Leads
Mrs. J. Herrero - Head teacher
Mr. J Shuker - Assistant Head Teacher
Mr. R. Sandle-Keynes - SLT and Class Teacher
Mrs. M Fleming - EAL Teacher
Mr T. Dale - SLT and Class Teacher
Miss E. Smith - Class Teacher
Mrs A. Parish - Class Teacher
Mrs L Horton - Teaching Assistant
Spotting potential signs of child abuse:
- Frequent unexplained injuries
- Consistently poor hygiene
- Becoming secretive
- Unexplained gifts or possessions
- Demanding or aggressive behaviour
- Frequent lateness or absence from school
- Avoiding their own family
- Constant tiredness
- Sexual or aggressive language
- Being overly obedient
For further information, please download the infographic at the bottom of this page.