|Safeguarding at Hagley|
|Written by Website Administrator|
At Hagley Catholic High School we are totally committed to providing a safe refuge for our school community. We do this by creating an environment where we challenge unsafe practice and where we are intolerant of anything that threatens the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual well-being of its members.
The aim of this site is to enhance the practices which are currently in place within the school by providing additional information, advice and guidance on such issues as e-safety and anti-bullying. We will also provide a forum for sharing and gathering views on how we can work together to keep our school community safe. What this means is that your views and experiences are really important to us, so please give us feedback, via this website, on what you think we can do to raise further our standards of behaviour and safety. We will also continue to share with you the results of student and parental perception questionnaires and how we have responded to your feedback.
We have also launched a new e mail help-line to enable any member of our school community who does not feel that they can initially talk face-to-face about a problem, such as bullying, to seek help. They can do this by e mailing Mrs Horan, Deputy Headteacher and Senior Designated Person for Safeguarding on [email protected]/* */
In line with our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy all information disclosed by e mail will be treated in the strictest of confidence unless the information disclosed highlights that the person or people being discussed are at (potential) risk of harm.
Written by S Horan, Deputy Headteacher
Please also see links to other relevant school policies below;
On 10th February 2015 we were proud to adopt a whole school approach to supporting Safer Internet Day.