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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

S.A.S Squad (Safe At School Squad)

Our SAS Squad (Safe At School) part of the Safety Crew


Who are we?

We are a group of pupils from across the school who are interested in keeping everybody in our school safe. 

We represent everyone that is part of our school community.


What do we do?

We meet every fortnight to discuss safeguarding in our school.  We have talked about how our school keeps us safe and how we make it even safer.  We have written an action plan together.  It explains all of the improvements that we would like to make and how we are going to do it.


Some of our future plans

Make sure that our parents park safely outside school
Make sure that all pupils know how to be safe online
Include a safeguarding message in the newsletter every 4 weeks to keep our mums and dads and pupils updated

Safeguarding Conference

The SAS squad (safe at school) at St Paul’s had a  great day at the safeguarding conference. These are some of our highlights:

“I liked the drama because it was very funny and active.” By Sandis

“It was very exciting and a pleasure to take part in. My favourite part was the Internet safety drama with Clem.” By Isabelle. 

“I liked all of it especially the drama with Clem.” By Evelyn.

“My favourite part was the exciting drama activity and the cool connections about grooming online.” By Joseph.

“I think that cool connections taught us a valuable lesson to express our feelings, interpreted through fun activities.” By Hattie.

“I really enjoyed making new friends like Caitlin, Lily, and Tahya etc. Also I enjoyed the tour and seeing what the other classes were doing and seeing the safeguarding displays. Finally, I enjoyed learning. If I could I would definitely go again.  ”

Letter to Parents about safer parking

S.A.S Squad Roles and Responsibilities