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All staff who work at Jubilee Park Primary School have had safeguarding training that equips them to recognise and respond to child welfare concerns. These concerns are passed to the Designated Senior Person for Safeguarding, in our case the Headteacher, who follows strict guidelines on how to deal with any issues raised.
Looked After Children
We work in partnership with Newport City Council, and other local councils, and as corporate parents we have a duty to safeguard and promote the education of Looked After Children. We aim to provide a safe and secure environment, where there is belief in the abilities and potential of all children, including those who are looked after. We support our Looked After Children and give them equal access to every opportunity to achieve their potential and to enjoy learning. Mrs Sarah Cook-Lewis is the designated person responsible for promoting the educational achievement of Looked After Children.
Equality & Inclusion
The Governors, Headteacher and staff promote equal access to all areas of the curriculum for all pupils, regardless of race, gender, ability, disability, faith and cultural background. The school has clear policies in place and are committed to providing equality and an inclusive education.
All children have equal access to all activities and support is available to ensure this. We encourage respect for all within the school and the wider community.
Jubilee Park Primary School is an anti-racist school and we are committed to addressing racism in any form. We aim to work with our children and community to be actively anti-racist as we do not believe that not being racist is enough.
Racism, in any form, is not tolerated at our school. All pupils and staff have the right to be treated with respect and to feel safe, regardless of their ethnic background or identity. If a racist incident occurs it will be thoroughly investigated and dealt with. Help and support will be provided to all involved. Our Thrive Curriculum is developing as an anti-racist curriculum so that we are actively learning and teaching to decolonise our curriculum, be culturally competent and disrupt cycles of inequality.