at Dame Elizabeth Cadbury
Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School is committed to promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DECS fully recognises its responsibilities for safeguarding and child protection. Our policy and procedures apply to all staff, governors and those visiting the school.
The designated senior leader for Safeguarding is Miss A Morris.
If there are any concerns that a pupil may be at risk of abuse or neglect, in almost all circumstances we will talk to our parents/carers about our concerns and we will also explain if we need to refer our concerns to outside agencies. We will inform parents/carers if we need to make a referral, but in some circumstances we may need to make the referral without consulting. We will only do this if we genuinely believe that this is the best way to protect a pupil and the fact that we did not have consent from a parent/carer to the referral will be recorded.
At Dame Elizabeth we ensure we cover thoroughly all the latest and most relevant issues in both PSHEE, Citizenship and SMSC. From Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) to Prevention of Extremism, students are delivered tailored, age-appropriate sessions on our Topic Days to ensure they are all well equipped with the tools to deal with a challenging and ever changing world.
Drugs & Alcohol
LGBT & Diversity
Sex & Relationships
These sessions complement the Social Studies curriculum which students also enjoy throughout years 7 and 8.