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St Laurence Church of England Primary School

Learning with love and laughter

A member of the Derby Diocesan Academy Trust

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Safeguarding in the Curriculum

Relationships & Sex education

• Our own bespoke and progressive R.S.E. curriculum designed to meet the needs of our children.

• NSPCC Pantasaurus’ sessions and PANTS rules (delivered as part of the Year 2 R.S.E. curriculum).

• P.S.H.E. curriculum: People who care for us (Growing Up).

Emotional & Physical Abuse

• Our own bespoke and progressive R.S.E. curriculum designed to meet the needs of our children.

• P.S.H.E. curriculum: Exploring emotions (Year 1), Growing Up (Year 2)

Bullying Matters and Being Safe (Key Stage 2)

Drugs, Alcohol & Tobacco

 • P.S.H.E. curriculum: Explicit drug education from Year 2 onwards. 

• Visitors to school including from our PCSOs

Online Safety

• Age appropriate rules for children, shared with children and parents

• Online safety is present throughout our computing curriculum.

• Explicit teaching about online safety within our progressive computing curriculum.

• Online Safety week with annual pupil questionnaire.

• Newsletter updates and guidance for parents 

• Information sessions for parents.

Bullying (including cyber bullying)

• P.S.H.E. curriculum: Exploring emotions (Year 1), Growing Up (Year 2)

Bullying Matters and Being Safe (Key Stage 2).

• Anti-bullying week

• Whole school and class assemblies

• Online safety lessons within our progressive computing curriculum.

• Safe use of technology including password security and privacy

settings

Keeping Healthy

• Explicitly taught within our P.S.H.E. curriculum (Being Healthy),

Science, DT (discrete programme of cooking and nutrition) and P.E curriculum.

• Organised events at break and lunch times (PE & lunchtime play leaders).

• Older children undertake Bikeability

  • Enrichment curriculum
  • Extra-curricular activities-walking club

Mental Health & Wellbeing

• Nurturing school ethos

• Staff provide support for identified children.

• Small Nurture group for identified children.

• Progressive PSHE and RSE curriculums

• Early Help Support (including for families) for identified children

• Direct point of contact for the Safeguarding Lead via website.

• Mental Health support available for staff via SAS

Equality & Diversity

• Our own bespoke and progressive R.S.E. curriculum designed to meet the needs of our children.

• P.S.H.E. curriculum, noticeably the ‘Being Me’ and ‘Difference and

diversity’ units

• Whole school and class assemblies

• Supporting local and national charity events(e.g. Children in Need,

Canaan Trust)

• Black History Month

Radicalisation & Extremism

• Prevent agenda advice followed

• All staff trained in PREVENT

• Assemblies – celebrating diversity and addressing British Values

• RE and PSHE curriculum (including visits to variety of places of worship)

• Information on the school’s website and letters for parents

FGM

• Our R.S.E. curriculum designed to meet the needs of our children.

• Our P.S.H.E. curriculum explicitly teaches children about their body

and changes (via the ‘Growing Up’ units).

Forced Marriage

• Our R.S.E. curriculum designed to meet the needs of our children.

• P.S.H.E. curriculum

CSE

• Our R.S.E. curriculum

• Strong and effective safeguarding culture and practice led by our DSl and Head of School

Fire & Water Safety

• All children in Year 5& 6 learn to swim, including safety near water as part of the PE curriculum

• The fire service visit school (FS/KS1topics)

• Whole school and class assemblies

• PSHE and R.S.E. curriculum

• Firework and bonfire night safety sessions-KS1

Stranger Awareness

• P.S.H.E. curriculum

• Collective worship and class sessions

• Newsletter updates

• Stranger danger sessions

Road Safety & Rail Safety

• PSHE curriculum

• Explicit teaching using progressive materials from

www.staywise.co.uk

• Whole school and class assemblies

• Newsletter updates

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