Safeguarding our children:
We take very seriously our responsibility to safeguard both children and adults. St Mary Queen of Martyrs operates a rigorous and robust recruitment process that gathers evidence about candidates’ suitability to work with children as well as their suitability for the post at all stages in the recruitment process. High levels of vigilance are maintained through rigorous monitoring post appointment.
There is unwavering commitment to ensure all pupils are safe, cared for and looked after. Training and development on safeguarding is under constant review and safeguarding procedures are regularly reviewed by a highly experienced Safeguarding Officer who works within the Academy.
Our commitment to our children’s health, safety and welfare is embedded in everyday practice at our school and is exemplified in policies, procedures and processes, including those which address inappropriate behaviour.
Our policies will:
My daughter, being a very slow eater, was sat alone during lunch as her friends had finished and already left to go outside. On noticing this, Mrs Graham took the time to eat lunch with her. Mrs Graham took an interest on a personal level that was already prior established - she knew to ask Aoife about her parent's wedding that happened during the summer.
Thank you for taking the time to make my daughter feel special.