Keeping Your Child Safe
DSL: Ms S Dempsey Deputy Head
Safeguarding Consultant: Mrs N Menezes
Nominated Governor: Mrs B Porter
Heads of Year
Year 7: Mrs K Fowler
Year 8: Mr I Stenson
Year 9: Mr A Jobey
Year 10: Mrs H Hargreaves
Year 11: Mr R Partridge/ Ms L Heaney
Looked After Children: F Garvey
Attendance and Behaviour Manager: Mr G May
Here at St Peter’s, we are committed to keeping your child safe both in the time they spend with us and in their future lives. We strive to ensure that young people are alert to potential dangers in the world around them and are able to make informed and sensible choices. As well as weekly assemblies, dedicated Form Period sessions and a strong Access curriculum, we engage with experts on a variety of issues to make sure all our staff can support young people in having a healthy lifestyle and fulfilling their potential.
Here are some resources that might support you in your crucial role as a parent or carer. If you feel other advice would be useful, please contact your child’s head of year for more information.
We have also included a short summary of agencies that could help support your child:
- Police - 999 direct or Public Protection Investigation Unit (PPIU) 0161 856 3707
- Childline - 0800 1111
- NSPCC 24 Hour free phone service - 0800 800 500
- Samaritans - 08457909090
- Women's Domestic Violence Helpline - 0161 636 7525
- Men's Domestic Violence Helpline - 0808 801 0327
St peter's has a nurse attached to the school on Mondays, if you have any health concerns your child's head of year may discuss referrals to the nurse with you.