Flourishing
Together
to Serve

Safeguarding Across the Curriculum

Our curriculum is flexible, relevant and engages with our pupils.  Safeguarding issues will be addressed through our PSHE curriculum, for example: self-esteem, emotional literacy, assertiveness, Sex and Relationships Education, how to keep themselves healthy (mentally and physically), ways of keeping safe in different environments including road safety and online safety (formally known as e-safety) and bullying (including cyber bullying).

Teachers also capitalise on opportunities in all subjects to consolidate children’s understanding of how to stay safe, how to protect themselves from harm and how to take responsibility for their own and others’ safety.  Teachers use real-life scenarios and fictional stories to teach, discuss and re-inforce key messages and capitalise on opportunities within our curriculum to support children, to learn about ways to keep themselves and others safe.  

Teachers plan meaningful opportunities within the context of the curriculum to teach children:

How to keep themselves safe in different environments, including road safety and online safety
How to recognise and respond to unsafe situations
How they can seek support and advice
To judge what is acceptable and what is not
To recognise when pressure from others threatens their personal safety
How to keep themselves healthy, both emotionally and physically, including through exercising and healthy eating.
 
As part of our safeguarding curriculum we work with different organisations who us to provide our children with expert, current, high quality advice on ways to keep themselves and their friends safer.
 
These include:
- our local PCSOs
- Scootability 
- Bikeability
- CEOP
- NSPCC
- Sustrans
 

Our Values

Hope
Courage
Love
Thankfulness
Trust
Forgiveness

Our Values

We are guided and strengthened by our distinctively Christian values of Hope, Courage, Love, Thankfulness, Trust and Forgiveness. These values were chosen by our school community by reflecting deeply on the meaning of 6 key stories from the Bible. These values are nurtured and lived by all in our school community as we continue to learn and grow together.

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Moseley Church of England Primary School
Oxford Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 9EH

Who We Are

Headteacher | Mrs D Gallagher
SENDCO | Mrs F Mupesa (sendco@moseleyce.bham.sch.uk)
School Business Manager | Mr J Elliot
Little Acorns Before and After School Club Manager | Mr J Elliot