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Safeguarding Procedures

The Leadership Team, Governors and staff of St Nicholas School recognise their duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of the children and young people within the School, many of whom are deemed particularly vulnerable. All staff and any other adults supporting the work of the School are expected to do everything they can to protect the children and young people from harm and to make the learning environment safe. All adults work with children and young people in a caring and positive way and seek to help them develop socially, physically and morally.

Adults working with children and young people are in a unique position to identify any welfare concerns and must take action to address them, where appropriate in partnership with other organisations.

All adults working within the School are expected to be open to the possibility that a child or young person in their care may be a victim of abuse and to act quickly.

The school will ensure there is a designated senior member of staff who has undertaken the appropriate safeguarding training.

Click here to read the school’s Safeguarding Policy:

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