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Head Teacher updates
18 January, 2019
We take our safeguarding duties extremely seriously. Making sure your children are safe and happy is a top priority for us, as I am sure you would want it to be.
In this regard, I have always been a great believer in the saying, "It takes a village to raise a child." In this regard, the more we share and communicate with each other, the safer the children are and the harder it is for those with malicious intentions to successfully gain access to them.
We've just had some feedback from the Y6 Healthy Living questionnaires that the children recently completed. One of those aspects was healthy Eating, especially how many ate 5 portions of fruit or veg a day. The children told us that 83% did not eat their recommended intake on a daily basis, whilst 29% told us that they had fruit juice with each meal.
If this sounds like your household, check out the excellent NHS Change 4 Life website for ideas, recipes and tips on how to improve the diet of your children so that they develop healthy lifestyles for a long and happy life.
It takes a village to raise a child...
Ulverley School has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding, ensuring that children, young people and vulnerable adults grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care and enabling them to have the best outcomes and requires that all staff, partners and volunteers share this commitment.
Our policy and practice are taken from Keeping Children Safe in Education .
If you have any concerns about a child or young person, please contact one of Designated Safeguarding Leads as soon as possible.
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