St Cuthbert Mayne Pastoral Team
- Designated Safeguarding Lead – Mr James Down
- Director of KS3/4 and Year Co-ordinators – Mr Colin Horrocks
- Year 7 Co-ordinator – Mrs Richards
- Year 8 Co-ordinator – Mr Chapman
- Year 9 Co-ordinator – Mr Iskander
- Year 10 Co-ordinator – Mr Haynes
- Year 11 Co-ordinator – Mr Horrocks
- Child Protection Officer – Mrs Anita Perram
- Years 7 & 8 Deputy Year Coordinator – Mrs Suzy Woods
- Year 9 Deputy Year Coordinator – Mrs Marie Deakin
- Year 10 Deputy Year Coordinator – Ms Lauren McKenzie
- Years 11, 12 & 13 Deputy Year Coordinator – Mr Colin Gibson
- School Counsellor – Mrs Claire Funnell (3 days a week)
- Attendance Improvement Officer – Mrs Fiona Jones
- Pastoral Admin – Mrs Elaine Lightowlers
On Site Support:
Torbay Young Carers – Mrs Angela Poole (Wednesdays only)
Linx Christian Youth Trust – Jordan Williams & Charlie Haywood
‘Imagine’ Lunchtime club – Fatima Sbaai,Yvonne Haynes (selected days )
EAL Lunchtime club – Laurie Lane (Thursdays only)
The Pastoral Team works alongside Checkpoint, Young Carers, Community Police Officers and Police, Youth Offending Team, Family Group Conferencing, CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service), School Nurse, Sexual Health Services and other outside professionals as appropriate.
St Cuthbert Mayne School Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy:
Children‘s Mental Health Awareness:
Please click on the link below for more information for families:
Keeping our children safe when using the internet either at home on a computer or when they are out and about using a mobile device is a top priority. We have a list of tips below to guide you and some useful links to informative websites. We will also add information about any recent internet related topics.
Helpful advice and tools can help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online.
Torbay Virtually Safe is a website with advice and information on e-safety issues. Please click the link below to access the website.
Links to more advice:
Top 10 tips for keeping children safe online:
- Keep the computer in a common room in the house and position the monitor so it’s available for public viewing.
- Establish rules for using the Internet and teach your children important safety guidelines.
- Understand social networking. Teach your children that people online are not always who they say they are. Popular social networking sites are a favourite hunting ground for predators. Teach your children how to use the privacy settings and to keep identifying information off their blogs.
- Tell your children to keep their personal information protected.Children should never give their real name, address, phone number, the name of their school or a picture of themselves to anyone they meet online. NEVER let your children meet in person with anyone they’ve met on the Internet.
- Protect your children’s passwords and create generic names. Make sure your children don’t have screen names or aliases that reveal their personal information, including their full name, age, gender, etc.
- Frequently check your computer’s Internet history and monitor your children’s email account. Let them know you’re checking these, why you’re doing it and talk about potential online danger.
- Spend time with your children online. Have them show you their favourite sites.
- Teach your children cyber ethics. For example, hacking into someone’s computer is just as wrong as breaking into someone else’s home. You set rules, boundaries and codes of acceptable behaviour in the real world; do the same for the virtual world.
- Be computer savvy.Use antivurs, antispyware and a firewall and keep them current, but don’t rely on them as your only line of defence. For an easy step-by-step technical turorial for parents, go toikeepsafe.org/iksc_partners/symantec.
- Teach your children to tell a parent, teacher or trusted adult if they feel uncomfortable about anything they’ve seen on a computer.
Useful links to the latest safeguarding information:
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Drugs and Alcohol awareness
Leaving children at home alone
Radicalisation and extremism
We are committed at St Cuthbert Mayne School to keeping children safeguarded against the risk of extremism. Should you have any concerns about radicalisation or extremism as a student or parent, then please contact Mr Down, the Designated Safeguarding Lead or Mrs Perram, the Child Protection Officer.
In order to educate all staff and students about the dangers of extremism, we have a strategy for doing this. You can view this by clicking the link below.