Pastoral Safeguarding and Well-being
St Anne's Safeguarding, Well-being and Pastoral Team.
Meet the members of our School Wellbeing Team:Our School Wellbeing team supports with safeguarding, attendance, and all aspects of wellbeing for our children, social, emotional, physical and mental health.
Hello, my name is Sam Flaherty I am St. Anne’s Wellbeing & Welfare Manager and Deputy Safeguarding Lead. I am i school every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. My role is to provide support and intervention to pupils across the school from EYFS to Y6. I liaise work closely with other members of the School Wellbeing Team, teachers, support staff and SENDCO to address any concerns raised by parents/carers, pupils and teachers, as agreed by the Headteacher, focusing on early intervention so that little problems don’t become big ones.
Hello my name is Emma Rowson I am St Anne's Pupil Wellbeing Manager supporting the pastoral and mental health needs of our children. I am also Deputy Safeguarding Lead. I am in school 5 days a week and am avaiable to support with any concners or problems you may have regarding your chld's welfare, pastoral and mental health needs. I work very closely with all teachers, SENDCO and other staff , as part of the School's Wellbeing Team to ensure the children have access to services, interventions and support to meet their needs. Please contact me should you need to discuss any aspect of your child's wellbeing at St Anne's.
Hello I am Amanda Paton and I am St Anne's Pupil Wellbeing Manager and oversee attendance. I work with our Education Welfare Officer and support all children and families to be in school on time every day and achieve their very best. I also support our children in school with pastoral intervention and help them with all aspects of their behaviour and wellbeing nas part of the school Wellbeing Team. If you have any concerns or need any support with your child's attendance or their health and wellbeing that may be affecting their attendance, please get in touch.
Other key staff working with the Wellbeing Team:
Mrs Sophie Volynchook - Assistant Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)
Designated Safegaurding Lead. (DSL) Operation Encompass named key adult.
Mrs Sharon Wylde - Deputy Headteacher and Designated Senior Leader for Attendance, Mental Health Wellbeing and Deputy Safegaurding Lead
Mrs Rachel Crolla - Heateacher
SENDCO Special Educational Needs Coordinator is : Mrs Emma Ward see the SEND tab for further details.
We also have external support from our Education Welfare Officer. Futher information about Attendance support can be found under the Safeguarding and Attendance tab.
As a whole school team:
We work to encourage parental involvement within school and aim to empower parents to take an active role in their child’s social, emotional and educational development. We can help to overcome barriers to your children’s learning by ensuring there is effective dialogue between parents and teachers with regard to your child’s progress.
The school SEND, Safeguarding and Wellbeing Team work closely with outside agencies to support you and your child by offering support to our children and families at times when there may be changes in their lives or extra support is required. We are here to listen and care in a non-judgemental way. We have access to an extensive range of information, which means we are able to signpost parents to a variety of services who may be able to help.
Our aim is to build strong relationships with you so that every child in our school is happy, thriving and fulfilling their potential.
You can arrange an appointment with any member of the school Wellbeing Team by appointment over the phone or via messaging on Class Do Jo - although of course if you are in need of an urgent chat, please feel free to pop in and we wil always meet with you.
Information for parents
Please click Parent Zone Information and follow the link to access information to support your child and family.