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There have been recent safeguarding alerts in the media for a number of online sites and games that can affect our children. 


In school we have strict procedures in place to ensure that children are not able to access any of the sites but we urge parents to check the parental settings on any devices that children have access to. 


Below are a number guides for parents to help navigate social media and keep children safe online.

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We are committed to safeguarding and meeting the needs of all of our children.

Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs Christine Finnegan Headteacher

 Safeguarding Lead: Mrs Anna Turner Deputy Head

Deputy Safeguarding leads are: Mrs Mitchell, Mr Brown and Miss Marshall

Chair of Governors: Mr Pete Johnson

OLSK School Governor with responsibility for

 Safeguarding is

Mr Paul Hodgetts 

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Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play in safeguarding children. School and college staff are particularly important as they are in 
a position to identify concerns early and provide help for children, to prevent concerns 
from escalating. Schools and colleges and their staff form part of the wider safeguarding 
system for children. This system is described in statutory guidance Working Together to 
Safeguard Children 2015.

Schools and colleges should work with social care, the police, health services and other services to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. 

Each school and college should have a designated safeguarding lead who will 
provide support to staff members to carry out their safeguarding duties and who will liaise 
closely with other services such as children’s social care.

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HMI Inspection- Safeguarding, Behaviour and Welfare 2015

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