Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All staff, governors, external coaches and volunteers are fully aware of the School’s safeguarding policies and share this commitment.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our school is a safe place for children, where our responsibilities for safeguarding children are taken seriously.

Our policies and agreed practices for child protection, health and safety, behaviour management, attendance and looked after children all comply with the recommendations for safeguarding children at school. We have trained designated safeguarding leaders with responsibility for child safeguarding at the school.

There is a strong anti-bullying ethos evident throughout the school. We teach our children how to recognise bullying, how to keep themselves safe from bullying behaviour and how to report it.

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TUESDAY 20TH JULY 2021
NON UNIFORM DAY

With the temperatures predicted high for tomorrow, please ensure your child is in weather appropriate clothing, sun hat/ caps where possible. Please make sure they also have a water bottle with them. We suggest that sunscreen is applied before your child comes to school.
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Are you ready to get WILD!

The Summer Reading Challenge is here.

Head down to your local library to join in and become a Wild World Hero 🦁🏆

library.doncaster.gov.uk/web/arena/summer-reading-challenge
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As many of you will already be aware but the country is experiencing the start of a heat wave and now that many schools have closed, lots of us will be heading to the seaside or may be venturing away on holiday.

Don't forget to keep you and your family safe in the sun!
Remember....
🌞 Slip, Slop, Slap

The British skin foundation have lots of tips on how to keep ourselves and our family safe whilst in the sun
www.skinhealthinfo.org.uk/sun-awareness/the-sunscreen-fact-sheet/?fbclid=IwAR3eW7lxOhN4EBbovyycj5...
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School to re-open Thursday 2nd September 2021