Letters sent home via email
Please see the most recent update from the Headteacher dated Friday 18th June. All further communication from the Headteacher will be via the weekly email sent home every Friday at 16:30.
Please see this document for guidance on our remote learning guidance. This covers remote learning during:
If your child is unwell and not able to complete work, please let the relevant Student Support know via firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of:
Key Stage Support will then be able to let teachers know that students are ill
Students can still, of course, email email@example.com if they need support from any of our Amicus ambassadors. Or they can contact their Form Tutors if this is more appropriate.
The safety and welfare of all children must always be the priority of The Royal Latin School, and the principles within the Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) 2019 and our Child Protection Policy still apply.
Designated Safeguarding Team
|Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)||Dr Marcella McCarthyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)||Mr Martin Farrellemail@example.com|
|Headteacher if not DSL or DDSL||Mr David Hudsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Designated Safeguarding Lead (cyber-safeguarding)||Mr Iain Wilsonemail@example.com|
Designated Safeguarding Lead
|Mr Jason Skyrmefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chair of Governors/Trustee||Mr Phil Dartemail@example.com|
|Safeguarding Governor/Trustee||Mr Phil Dart (under review)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
A member of the DSL team will always be available during school hours. The optimal scenario is to have one of the trained DSLs available on site. Where this is not the case one of the trained DSLs will be available to be contacted via phone or online video – for example when working from home.
Where one of the trained DSLs is not on site, in addition to the above, a designated senior member of staff will assume responsibility for co-ordinating safeguarding on site.
The DSL will continue to engage with social workers, and attend all multi-agency meetings, which can be done remotely.
Third-party support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online includes:
For those students who are still accessing computers at school and therefore are online, school will still continue to ensure that the appropriate filters and monitoring systems are in place. This is also the case for all school services used remotely.