Safeguarding and Wellbeing Hub

St Edmund Campion School views the health, wellbeing, safety and welfare of its students in the highest regard. We are committed to safeguarding and with a community spirit, we work together to ensure that our students grow and thrive in a safe and supportive environment, regardless of their age, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual identity or gender. We have very high expectations on all staff to share these values. We are committed to providing regular training in relevant safeguarding and child protection issues and are kept up to date with changes in legislation and practice.

The school is pro-active in its approach to working with outside agencies to safeguard children and young people, seeking the most relevant support for individuals and families. St Edmund Campion works with external organisations to help promote and educate on safeguarding themes within the school. This is also achieved through covering safeguarding topics in the curriculum, assemblies and through the everyday pastoral systems in place at our school.

We are dedicated to ensuring that children and young people are valued, respected, listened to and taken seriously especially with regard to their safety and wellbeing. We actively encourage our students to report concerns and we provide a safe, supportive environment for them to do so.

St Edmund Campion have a team of designated safeguarding leads who have undertaken appropriate safeguarding training, but we also ensure that safeguarding the students and promoting student welfare is paramount to each member of staff working at our school.

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Safeguarding team at St Edmund Campion


Mrs J Fleming - Safeguarding / Mental Health Lead



Designated Safeguard Leads

JMA Mrs J Mattu - Deputy DSL / Safeguarding Support Officer       

JRO Mr J Roche - Pastoral Manager

IMG 8505  Mrs E Taintey - SENCO

AGrant001 Mr A Grant - Principal

Jqu Mrs J Quoroll - Vice Principal

Jha Mr J Harrison - Vice Principal



Supporting You


Supporting Your Child


Presentations In School

Not In Our School 2021

World Mental Health Day Assembly

Mental Health Awareness Week


Supporting You

Students against depression
Kooth - Free online anonymous support chat service
Young Minds – Mental health support for children and young adults
Childline – Advice and support on a variety of topics
Pause – Drop in support sessions to help you with your mental health
Forward Thinking Birmingham – Mental health support for 0 – 25 year olds
Mermaids LGBTQ Support
NHS Moodzone – Suppot and advice for; anxiety, stress and depression
Beat – Support and advice for Eating Disorders
ABC (Anorexia Bulimia Care)
Spurgeons Young Carers – Support for young carers, talk to Miss McParland if you think you may be a Young Carer


We are united in our view that improved wellbeing among our staff at St Edmund Campion is a key outcome for education policy. Our staff are a precious resource: we value you, your wellbeing and your mental health. Looking after your wellbeing and mental health is crucial not only for you, but in securing better outcomes for our students, including their own wellbeing and mental health.

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Support Agencies

Open Door Counselling – Free counselling for young adults up to the age of 25. Approach your GP for a referral
Forward Thinking Birmingham – Mental health support for 0 – 25 year olds
The Waiting Room – Support and advice on a variety of areas
Mind – Information and advice for a range of topics
Educate against hate - Resources and advice for educating students on a variety of topics

Safeguarding and wellbeing Newsletters

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