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GDPR and Data Protection​
The Data Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing data protection within the school so if you do have any questions in this regard, please do contact them on the information below: - Data Protection notice image.jpg
Data Protection Officer: Craig Stilwell
Company: Judicium Consulting Ltd
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6AE
Telephone: 0203 326 9174 ​
Further information in relation to data protection can be found by clicking the image to the right.
At Stanville Primary School, safeguarding the interests of all our children is at the heart of our policies and practices. The following priorities are addressed, not only through the curriculum, but in everything we do:
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  • Stay safe
  • Enjoy and achieve
  • Make a positive contribution
  • Achieve economic well-being
Children are given numerous opportunities to develop their self-esteem and confidence as well as developing life skills (communication, empathy, cooperation etc.) both in school and outside in the community. 
However it is recognised that problems may still occur and children need to know that there is someone there to speak to for assistance. The Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) at Stanville Primary School are Ms Dailly (Deputy Head), Mrs Watton (Pastoral Achievement Coordinator) and Mr Runacres (Head Teacher). Children can also contact Childline, a service which is there to provide support and advice specifically for children. This can be accessed by clicking the icon above.
If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding or child protection please speak to any of the school staff listed above.
Early Help
support.jpgearly help icon.jpgParenting can be wonderful and rewarding, but it can also be difficult. Most parents experience moments of feeling overwhelmed. Fear not, there is a lot of early support available, why not ask to speak to your child’s teacher, Mrs Watton (Pastoral Achievement Coordinator) or Rachel Fee (Family Support) at the school to discuss options available (click the Early Help icon to the left). Alternatively click the Support icon to access a range of support from other agencies. 
Think Family
Think Family image.jpgFamily life is challenging; but when faced with many problems at once, it can be hard to know where to turn. Think Family can help. Think Family is not a new service but a new way of working. Think Family provides services that meet the needs of your whole family, rather than supporting one person separately.
Think Family is offered where: -
  • An adult is out of work
  • There are concerns about a child's school attendance
  • A young person is not in education, training or work
  • A family member has been in trouble within the neighbourhood or with the police
  • A family member has physical or emotional health problems
  • You are having problems that are stopping you from bringing up your children as well as you could (such as housing, relationship or money worries).

If your family has had more than one of these problems, Think Family can help. For further information please click the Think Family image.

Child Protection
Stanville Primary is committed to the highest standards in protecting and safeguarding the children entrusted to our care.
Our school supports all children by:
  • Promoting a caring, safe and positive environment within the school
  • Developing self-esteem and self-assertiveness
  • Effectively tackling bullying and harassment
We recognise that some children may be the victims of neglect, physical, sexual or emotional abuse. As with all educational establishments, it is our duty to respond to any concerns by contacting the appropriate services so as to ensure the well-being of all children. This is in line with agreed Birmingham Child Protection procedures.
Talk PANTS and you've got it covered - NSPCC website (Please click the icon for further information)
PANTS is a really easy way for you to explain the Underwear Rule to your child:
  • Privates are private
  • Always remember your body belongs to you
  • No means no
  • Talk about secrets that upset you
  • Speak up, someone can help
As a school we recognise the benefits of ICT as a learning resource and life skill for the 21st century; however we are also aware of the possible concerns connected with the use of such a medium. In response to this we have installed in school both the software and a dedicated server which monitors any inappropriate content across the network (including the possibility of cyber bullying), both online or offline, whether it is typed, or displayed in applications. Monitoring in the school is designed to allow the children, and staff, to access this technology with confidence and reassurance as well as educating them in safe usage.
The eSafety Lead at Stanville Primary School is Mr Runacres (Head Teacher). If you have any concerns regarding eSafety please speak to Mr Runacres.
Students and parents may also find it useful to look at these sources of information related to eSafety that have been produced by National Online Safety. Please click any of the icons below for Parental Guidance:
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For further information and guides please visit the National Online Safety site. This site provides regular updates on websites, platroms and apps to assist parents and carers in supporting their children in the digital age.
In addition parents can find further information via the sites listed below:
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