Safeguarding and Child Protection
At our school we will take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of pupils and ensure that all our procedures comply to the highest standard of the safeguarding expectations.
In situations where we have reason to believe that a child may be subject to ill treatment or neglect or other forms of abuse, staff at our school have a duty to follow LDBS Academy Trust's child protection procedures, which may involve informing Social Care of our concerns.
Please see the attached guidance from Haringey regarding gangs and knife crime.
For more information please read our Child Protection Policy, Child Protection Flowchart or make an appointment to speak to one of the designated members of staff.
Designated Safeguarding Lead : Mrs Hannah Bush, Head of School
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead: Ms Alice Parker, Leading Practioner for Inclusion/SENco
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead: Ms Lorraine Johnston, Learning and Wellbeing Officer
Looked After Children
The designated officer for Looked After Children is: Mrs Hannah Bush
Equipping children will IT skills is an essential aspect of learning. Children at Holy Trinity use the internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. In school, we have regular online safety activities to remind the children of the importance of keeping themselves safe online. For more information read our Online Safety page or Online safety policy
Online Safety Officer: Mrs Hannah Bush
Health and Safety
Strategic Health and Safety Officer: Jayne Reeve
Operational Health and Safety Officer: Elliott Bergin
First Aid and Medicines
First Aider at Work:
Sharon Dias - School Administrator
Basic First Aid:
Paediatric First Aider:
All Teaching Assistants
Amie Georgiou - Class Teacher
Jess Smith - Class Teacher
The majority of School Staff have been trained in how to administer an Epi-Pen