Queen's Park C.E/U.R.C. Primary School

Safeguarding  Team

Designated Safeguarding Lead 

Mrs Michelle Leadbetter 

Pastoral and Safeguarding Lead


Designated Safeguarding Lead 

Mrs Justine Kellett



Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead 

Miss Amy Hughes

Deputy Headteacher 


Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead 

Miss Jennie Bailey

Deputy Headteacher 


Safeguarding Link Governor 

Mrs Lindsay Nelson 




At Queens Park C.E/U.R.C Primary School our top priority is of the safeguarding of our children. We endeavour to embed a culture of respect and tolerance throughout our school community.

We strive to create a safe and stimulating environment, that enables our children to develop academically, grow individually and flourish collectively.

Our expectations are clearly set out during the induction process with safeguarding being a priority  and  the completion of safeguarding training to ensure safeguarding is high on everyone’s agenda

We ensure that our policies and procedures are clear and updated annually to ensure the safety and protection of our pupils in all aspects of their school life.

Throughout our Crown Curriculum we teach our children how to keep themselves healthy and safe both in and out of our school.

To ensure our staff remain vigilant, we audit our safeguarding practises regularly

Behaviour at Queens Park C.E/U.R.C is very clearly set out in our expectations. We promote regular talking points and discussions both in class and whole school worship. Our children learn from an early start that bullying in any form is not tolerated at Queens Park C.E/U.R.C Primary School and is supported by the voices of our school council members and our child friendly Anti Bullying policy. In addition, we expect our staff to be exemplary role models to all our children and their families.

Our Christian Values

Our safeguarding offer starts with our Christian values which we instil in our children from the day they start until the day they depart from Queens Park C.E/U.R.C Primary School. Our Christian values: Love, Forgiveness, Hope, Trust Honesty and Respect teaches our children to be respectful and responsible. We have an open and honest relationship centred approach at school, wherein children are nurtured and taught that they are able to confide in their adults should they be worried about anything at all.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health (Wellbeing)  is one of the Crown Curriculum core principles in which we take the promoting and supporting Mental Health a vital part in our safeguarding offer.

We have ensured two members of staff are Mental Health leads and four have been trained in Mental Health first aiders, the staff are identified on the Mental Health boards at the front and back of school.

Our trained staff are in place to support all members of the school community and ensure that everyone is well supported and have a safe space to talk at any given time.

Please see our Mental Health and Wellbeing page for more information.

Inclusion and Equality

The school has a commitment to equality and accessibility for all and we believe that everyone at Queens Park C.E/U.R.C Primary School should be treated with care, dignity and respect. Our children are explicitly taught that any form of discrimination race, religion, sexuality, or disability will not be tolerated and will be challenged.


If you suspect a child is at risk of harm, please call the contact centre at St Helens on 01744 676767 




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