We are committed to the safeguarding of all our students, staff and visitors. Safeguarding is a priority and we have put arrangements in place to ensure everyone’s safety on the school grounds and during off-site activities.
We ensure that safeguarding legislation and guidance are adhered to and taken into account when developing and reviewing our policies and procedures. We work hard to ensure that we provide a safe physical environment for everyone and that the buildings and grounds are of a good standard.
Like all schools, Churston has a Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mr David Lewis, Deputy Head Teacher. We also have an extensive safeguarding team with colleagues taking specific responsibility for particular year groups:
- Mrs Pili Hegarty – safeguarding lead for Year 7
- Miss Cathy Ballinger – safeguarding lead for Years 8 and 9
- Mrs Sarah Reed – safeguarding lead for Years 10 and 11
- Mrs Beth Brown – safeguarding lead for Year 12/13
- Mr Lee Shellum – safeguarding lead for Year 12/13
- Mr Adam Killeya – safeguarding lead for Sixth Form
At Churston, it is a condition of employment that all staff have a clear enhanced DBS check and are trained to an appropriate level dependent on their core responsibilities.
Churston’s commitment to safeguarding is central to the success of all our students. The Governing body, the Senior Leadership Team and the Safeguarding Team will ensure that all policies and procedures are kept up to date and in line with the latest advice from government.
Should you wish to make an allegation about a member of school staff, please contact the Head Teacher via email@example.com
Should you wish to make an allegation about the Head Teacher, please contact the Chair of Governors, Mr Rob Tyler, firstname.lastname@example.org