Our Safety



Staveley Junior School aims to create and maintain a safe learning environment where all children and adults feel safe, secure and valued and know they will be listened to and taken seriously. Our school is committed to the principles outlined in ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children 2013’ and implements policies, practices and procedures that promote safeguarding and the emotional and physical well being of children, young people and staff.

Child protection/safeguarding

  • The Designated Senior Person (DSP) is Sarah Wigfield (head teacher).
  • The Online Safety Governor is Kerry Wilkinson.


Cyber Safety

E-Safety is taught alongside computer skills throughout a child's time at Staveley . We take cyber safety very seriously. The school has clear rules for responsible Internet use which are displayed in classrooms. Each year during Safer Internet Week children watch videos and discuss safe internet behaviour using materials provided by the Police CEOP (available at www.thinkuknow.co.uk). We have filtering systems in place to prevent children at school accessing websites considered to be unsafe or inappropriate, and encourage parents and carers to be aware of the online material and websites that their children are accessing at home.

Digital Leaders/SMART CREW

The school has designated Digital Leaders amongst the children whose role is to be responsible for all aspects of computing in school. Furthermore. four of the Digital Leaders have taken a more focussed role in e-safety. These are the SMART CREW. They liase with Mr Drake.


You can download our policies related to child safety below.



 Social Media Guidance - School Staff.pdfDownload
 Social Media Guidance - Parents.pdfDownload
 Safeguarding Guidance - Parents.pdfDownload
 Think about it leaflet 7200 ver 2_p7 June 2016.pdfDownload
 What is Pokemon Go.pdfDownload
 Extremism and Radicalisation Policy.docxDownload
 Anti-bullying policy Oct 16.docDownload
 Staveley Junior School BYOD Policy.docxDownload
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