St Peters Catholic Primary School

St Peters Catholic Primary School


At St Peter’s, Safeguarding is of the utmost importance and embedded into our everyday practice.  This section of the website will introduce you to Safeguarding at St Peter’s.

Please see our latest Safeguarding Policy for further information

Our Designated Safeguarding Team is:

Mrs Mellor- Designated Senior Lead

Mrs McAleenan- Deputy Designated Senior Lead

Miss Kenny Deputy Designated Senior Lead


Any Concerns?

If you have any Safeguarding Concerns you would like to raise with the school please contact Mrs Mellor on 0121 464 6921.

If you have an immediate concern and cannot contact us please visit Birmingham Safeguarding Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) website or call them on 0121 303 1888

In an emergency where a child's safety is at immediate risk of significant harm contact West Midlands Police on 999

Keeping Children Safe in Education

All Staff at our school have read the Keeping Children Safe in Education (Information for Schools and Colleges) document.

This document explains;

  • What School and College Staff should know and do
  • Types of abuse and neglect
  • Specific Safeguarding Issues
  • Further Information on a Child Missing from Education
  • Further Information on Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Further Information on Female Genital Mutilation
  • Further Information on Preventing Radicalisation

Keeping Children Safe In Education - Government Website


Right Help, Right Time

In line with Birmingham Safeguarding Children’s Board, St Peter’s follows the refreshed threshold guidance “Right Help, Right Time” (RHRT). This framework has provided everyone at St Peter’s with clear advice about what to do and how to respond if a child and their family need extra help. The DSL, attended the required training suggested by the RHRT Multi-Agency and so have embedded the RHRT guidance within the day to day practice of the school. Staff receive training so they know that the voice of the child is at the centre of their planning, decision making and service delivery.

For further information on the materials provided by RHRT, read the following documents:

Useful Information


  • M.A.S.H. (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) Birmingham MASH is the first port of call for anyone with a child safeguarding concern.
  • Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board The Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board has a statutory duty to co-ordinate how agencies work together to safeguard and promote the well being of children and young people in Birmingham and to ensure the effectiveness of the safeguarding arrangements.
  • Parenting Courses and Support Founded in 2000 Netmums is the UK's fastest-growing online parenting organisation with over 1.7 million members and 8 million unique users each month. Netmums is a family of local sites that cover the UK, each site offering information to mothers on everything from where to find playgroups and how to eat healthily to where to meet other mothers.
  • NSPCC -Services for children, families and professionals We support parents and families in caring for their children, we provide therapeutic services to help children move on from abuse and we help professionals make the best decisions for children, across the UK.
  • Right Help, Right Time Information Delivering effective support for children and families in Birmingham. Guidance for Practitioners
  • Preventing Abuse Whether you're a parent, worried about a child you know or work with children as part of your job, we all have a part to play in keeping them safe. Find out more about the types of child abuse, how to look out for a child's safety, the child protection system and the latest research and resources in child protection