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UNCRC (Articles 5, 13, 33, 34 & 35)

For safeguarding concerns contact the HUB - if a child is at immediate risk call the Police on 999 

Our Safeguarding Team

Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.

This is the team that leads safeguarding in our school. 

If you ever have a safeguarding concern, speak to one of us. 

If you cannot speak to a member of the team and a child could be in danger, contact the Children and Families Hub on 01534 519000, or if it's out of hours, contact the Police on 01534 612612.

Vicki Charlesworth


  • Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • Health and Safety
  • E-safety 
  • Mental Health First Aider

Laura Webster 

Deputy Headteacher

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • Health and Safety
  • Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (S.E.N.C.O)

Claire McMenamin

Key Stage Manager

  • Wellbeing 
  • Mental Health First Aider 

Sam Wiseman 

School Secretary 

  • Records Management
  • Mental Health First Aider 
  • Paediatric First Aider 

Angela Betts 

Key Worker

  • Lead First Aider 
  • Makaton Safeguarding Trained 


Emma Le Monnier 

Pastoral Lead 

  • Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (E.L.S.A)
  • Wellbeing Facilitator
  • New Forest Parenting Programme Trained
  • Designated Safeguarding Lead

Francine Oxenden 

Teaching Assistant 

  • Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (E.L.S.A)

Children and Families Hub





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Domestic Abuse Protocol 

All States of Jersey schools are now part of a safeguarding protocol, which aims to improve outcomes for children and families affected by domestic violence and abuse.

This scheme has been designed to provide early reporting to schools of any domestic abuse incidents that might have an impact on a child that attends their school. This scheme is run in partnership between the States of Jersey Police, the CYPES Department and all schools.

All public agencies currently share information where there are safeguarding concerns or risk of harm to children and the Police currently share information on all incidents of domestic abuse in Jersey with the Children and Families Hub.

To support the welfare of our children during the school term, I will now be informed, as our school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead, when any domestic abuse incident has been reported to the police and one of our pupils was in the household.

This was introduced because domestic abuse in a household can have a significant impact on children, even if they do not see what is happening.

This information will be used to ensure the school is able to provide appropriate support to pupils who may be upset or worried about what has happened.

The information will remain confidential and shared only on a strictly need-to-know basis, for example with the class teacher or form tutor. It will not be shared with any pupils.

We look to offer the best support possible for our pupils and believe that this scheme is going to be beneficial and supportive for all those involved. In other countries where it is in place, it has been found to be a very effective way of supporting children at a most difficult time.