Designated Safeguarding Officer – Mrs Veronika Joy (Headteacher)

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Officer –  Mrs Rachel Griffiths (SENCO)

Redland School is committed to the safeguarding of all its pupils.

Safeguarding is the responsibility of all adults and especially those working or volunteering with children. The School aims to help protect the children in its care by working consistently and appropriately with all agencies to reduce risk and promote the welfare of children. All professionals work within the same safeguarding procedures. When concerned about the welfare of a child, staff members will always act in the interest of the child.

Child Protection is one very important aspect of safeguarding. It refers to the activity which is undertaken to protect children who are suffering, or at risk of suffering, significant harm. Safeguarding, in addition to child protection, encompasses issues such as pupil health and safety, bullying/cyber-bullying, appropriate medical provision, drugs and substance misuse.

Here at Redland we have a Staff Behaviour Policy (shown below).  All staff at school sign to agree that they will abide by this policy.

Links to our School Policies related to safeguarding:


There is a duty on schools to have ‘due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism’. This is called the PREVENT duty. All staff are trained in line with our statutory Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

Please click below to view the PREVENT factsheets:


Safeguarding against radicalisation: The Prevent Duty

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Staff Behaviour Policy - September 2023

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Prevent Factsheet for Staff, Volunteers and Governors

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