We work in close partnership with families and other agencies to ensure pupils are safe and have everything they need to thrive. The Pastoral and Intervention Team can provide highly specialist support to pupils and their families around a wide range of issues. We can also assist families by signposting or referring to other services, when appropriate.
All our staff are highly skilled at listening to the wide range of ways our pupils communicate and are alert to any changes that may indicate a pupil needs support. We ensure the knowledge and skills of all staff are exemplary through regular training and updates.
The specialist curriculum gives pupils the skills to communicate and to share their emotions, needs or wishes. Pupils develop independence and life-skills to enable them to be healthy and safe. We teach pupils to value diversity, inclusion and consent, including how to seek help with any negative relationships or interaction they encounter. Awareness of key issues is raised across our community through events such as Anti-Bullying Week, Safer Internet Day and Mental Health Week.
If you have any concerns about the welfare of a pupil, please get in touch with one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads using this email address: email@example.com
Our Designated Safeguarding Leaders