Safeguarding & E-Safety Information

At Our Lady of Victories we believe that every child is made in the likeness of God and their dignity and individuality must always be respected.  We strive to provide a friendly, secure and nurturing environment and we recognise and value every child's individual needs, gifts and contributions.

Our Lady of Victories is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  We recognise that all staff, governors and volunteers have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of all pupils at our school.  The health, safety and well-being of every child in our care will always be of paramount concern.  Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families and carers has a full and active role to play in safeguarding children.

The Designated Safeguarding Lead is: Mrs McDonald (Headteacher)

The Designated Members of Staff for Safeguarding are: Miss Madden (Deputy Head) and Miss Cosgrave (Assistant Head/SENCo)

The Designated Governors for Safeguarding are: Mrs H Watts and Mrs M Ainscough

OLV E-Safety Leaflet
OLV E-Safety Policy
OLV Online Safety Policy
OLV Online Safety Policy Infringement Document

OLV Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy
Parents' Essential E-Safety Presentation January 2017

Parents' E-Safety Presentation May 2015
Parents' Guide to the Prevent Strategy
Guidance for parents and carers when using private tutor, tuition centre, sports clubs or arts activities
Parental Acceptable Use Agreement Form

Key Stage 1 Pupil Acceptable Use Agreement Form
Key Stage 2 Pupil Acceptable Use Agreement Form
Staff, Volunteers, Governors Acceptable Use Agreement Form
LGFL - Tagging of Photographs and Child Protection
Cyberbullying an overview
Advice for parents on Cyberbullying

In connection with Safer Internet Day 2017 (7th February), assemblies for KS2 and KS1/Reception were given on this year's theme about the power of images on the internet. Here are links to the presentations the children saw.

Reception/KS1 Assembly

KS2 Assembly

Some useful links:
www.thinkyouknow.co.uk
www.internetmatters.org