Promoting Safety


Promoting Safety

Ensuring that the school is safe is everyone’s responsibility. Our safeguarding team are here to help you if you have a concern about safety of any kind.

Designated Safeguarding Lead Maria Stegenwalner m.stegenwalner@www.stmary.sch.je
Child Protection
Looked after children
Amory Charlesworth a.charlesworth@www.stmary.sch.je
E-Safety Laura Hill l.hill@www.stmary.sch.je
Well-being Nikki Betts admin@www.stmary.sch.je
Health and Safety
Fire Safety
Steve Michel s.michel@www.stmary.sch.je

Online Safety

The ThinkUKnow website contains excellent information to help parents understand the issues and potential dangers of the digital world. It has useful information for children, too, to help them make informed choices online, and keep them safe. If you have any concerns about E-safety, please contact Miss Hill, who will be happy to help.

ThinkUKnow Website

Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub

If you have any concerns about the safety of a child in Jersey, you may need to contact the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH). This video clip explains how MASH works and how to contact the team. Anyone can make an enquiry to MASH. If you would like to speak to someone in school, please contact Amory Charlesworth or Maria Stegenwalner.

Drugs Education

This is covered in our PSHE programme (personal, social and health education). If you have any questions about this area, please contact your child’s class teacher. A useful information resource for parents can be found following the link below: Jersey Health Department’s revised version of ‘A Parent’s Guide to Drugs’.

A Parent’s Guide to Drugs