Welcome to St Helen's Catholic Primary School
All visitors and parents are warmly welcome to our school. Our priority is to ensure our school remains a safe place for children, staff and all other members of the school community.
Visitors to the school should sign in at the office where you will be given a visitor's badge, which you should wear while in school. Please remember to sign out when leaving.
We ensure all adults who work or volunteer at our school are subject to the appropriate security and appointment checks including Disclosure and Barring System (DBS) checks.
If you have any concerns, we will always listen to them and seek to address them in line with our complaints policy.
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr. Le Cuirot (Headteacher)
Designated Safeguarding Deputies:
Ms. Blewitt (Assistant Headteacher)
Ms. Carney (Assistant Headteacher)
The attached linked leaflets provide further information on Safeguarding Matters, including Keeping Children Safe when Visiting Our School.
Safeguarding Information for Parents & Visitors
Further Links to Online Safety Information for Parents & Pupils
The NSPCC website contains useful information for parents about supporting your child. There are pages about
setting parental controls on internet-enabled devices and how to talk to your child about the risks of going online.
Childnet’s website contains tips on what you need to know as a parent, the latest risks and how to seek help if you know someone at risk.
Every year, Vodafone produces the Digital Parenting magazine. The magazine, which is free, can be viewed online or ordered for delivery. It contains a huge amount of useful ideas and advice for parents.
The Internet Matters website provides lots of useful articles on online safety, as well as a detailed look at the issues that can affect children.
The parent section of this website contains tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep your child safe online.
PEGI is the official ratings system for computer games. Their website explains what they rate and how to understand each of their symbols.
A fun website with games, tips and advice to help you stay in control when you’re online!
The CBBC Stay Safe website helps you to stay safe in a digital world.