Rosslyn School & Day Nursery

Safeguarding

Safeguarding policy

We will promote the health, welfare and safety of our children in all that we do.

We understand our responsibilities set out in the ‘Independent School Standards’ and the statutory DfE guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2018’ to work together in partnership with other agencies to help pupils to grow up in a healthy and safe environment.

Mrs Karen Dawes is our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) and all matters relating to child protection and safeguarding should be addressed to her. If you have any concerns about the safety of a child, please come and discuss them with Mrs Dawes.

We recognise that our children have the right to protection, regardless of age, gender, race, culture or disability.
A copy of the Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy can be downloaded below.

“Every member of staff has a responsibility to make sure that children within Rosslyn School are safe.”

Staying Safe Online

Knowledge and understanding of how to stay safe online is of vital importance to every pupil at Rosslyn School.

Pupils receive age appropriate lessons on e-safety as part of the Computing curriculum as well as in PSHE and assemblies. In addition, we offer training and instruction to all of our parents and carers so that they can help to keep their children safe online.

Pupils receive age appropriate lessons on e-safety as part of the Computing curriculum as well as in PSHE and assemblies. In addition, we offer training and instruction to all of our parents and carers so that they can help to keep their children safe online.

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