Welcome to our Safeguarding & E-safety page, please see below for more.

St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School is committed to maintaining the health, safety and well-being of every child and expects all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment. All school staff are trained in Child Protection, and children are made aware of the adults they can talk to if they have any concerns. Staff are trained to look out for signs of physical/emotional harm or neglect and are required to report any concerns to one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL’s).


Safeguarding Lead - Mrs Miles

Head Teacher & Deputy Safeguarding lead Mr Doyle


If there is no body avaliable at the school please contact Coventry Multi-Agency Safeguarding HUB (MASH) on 02476 788555 or email


Further support: Lead Learning Mentor, Miss B Foulstone

Please Read Full Statement.

Safeguarding Statement

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy


New Technologies can pose unseen but potential risks. However in society, today it is a fact that children will be using this technology on a day to day basis. As adults, our job is not to restrict our children from using new technology but to educate them on how to use it safely.
Children use technology in amazing ways to do amazing things that we were not able to do when we were at school, such as making websites, videos, and music.  With the power of the Internet they can upload and share these files online with friends, family or the whole world.
We all have a role to play in keeping your children safe online and parents can help by:


  • Explaining the risks of sharing personal information online

  • Ensuring that your child know the difference between the real world and the virtual world.

  • Showing an interest in how they use technology

  • Encouraging them to behave safely and responsibly when using technology.

On the 31st March, the DfE updated its advice on the closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers. It now includes more information and resources for keeping children safe online.

Click on the links below - 

Thinkyouknow - (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)

Internet matters

Parent Information


Net-aware - (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)

How to be Kinder Online

E-Safety advice and guidance in multiple languages