Child Protection is everybody's responsibility.
Children and young people have a fundamental right to expect schools to provide a safe and secure environment.
All schools have a legal duty to work with other agencies, for example Children's Social Care, the Police and Health Staff, to safeguard children's welfare.
The school's Safefuarding and Child Protection Policy explains how St. Patrick's deals with child protection concerns. You can download a copy of this policy by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
For advice, information, or if you feel unsafe or worried about a friend / child who you think may be being mistreated. Or if you see or hear anything that gives you a concern that a child may be at risk of harm you can contact any member of the schools Child Protection team below via the school office:
The Designated Senior Lead for Child Protection is Miss S. Rabbitt
The Deputy Designated Leads are Mrs A. Clinton and Mrs M. Kennedy
The following members of staff have also received the Designated Person training Mrs M. Shaw and Mrs Z. Betney.
The nominated governor for Safeguarding and Child Protection is Mrs Y. Kinsey
or please contact:
Manchester Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub: 0161 234 5001 (open 24 hours a day, seven days a week)