Chorley All Saints Church Of England Primary School And Nursery Unit

Love to Learn, Together with the Lord



All Saints’ CE Primary & Nursery fully recognises the contribution we can make to protect children from harm and to support and promote the welfare of all children who are pupils at our school.

At All Saints' safeguarding permeates all aspects of school life and is everyone's responsibility.  We are all committed to safeguarding and promoting the physical, mental and emotional welfare of every pupil. We implement a whole-school preventative approach to managing safeguarding concerns, ensuring that the wellbeing of pupils is at the forefront of all action taken. We recognise that no single professional can have a full picture of a child’s needs and circumstances. If children and families are to receive the right help at the right time, everyone who comes into contact with them has a role to play in identifying concerns, sharing information and taking prompt action.

Our school aims to provide a positive, stimulating, caring and safe environment which promotes the social, physical, emotional and moral development of each child. We work hard to maintain a safeguarding ethos and culture whereby children feel safe and are safe whilst at school and on their way to and from school. Further information can be found in our Safeguarding Policy below. 

If you are ever concerned about the safety or well‐being of someone at our school please talk to one of the school’s Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs).


Please click here for the latest Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

Click here for the 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' guide.


Click here for the 'Lancashire Descriptions of Need Document'. 


Online Safety

The virtual world can be a dangerous place for children. It is important that our children are equipped to make the best use of new technology whilst knowing how to use it responsibly and safely.

Developing children's knowledge and skills in health and safety ( including on line safety ) was a key driver in the development of our New Whole School  Curriculum and is taught as key skills in all year groups in all sessions. We recognise that what we teach and model in school only goes so far towards solving the problem. It is important that parents understand the risks of children using technology and feel able to talk to their children about being responsible online. 

In order to support you as parents we share a whole variety of information advice and guidance on our Facebook page, Newsletters, Seesaw and the All Saints' App.  We hope that this will be useful in helping you as parents support their children in becoming safe and responsible users of technology.

For further information, or any E-Safety questions you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact any of the our Online Safety Committee for a chat and some support. 

Online Safety Committee

Mrs S Partington - Headteacher / DSL

Mrs A Kay - Computing Lead 

Mr A Pearson - School Governor. 

Mrs G Barnes - School Governor / HLTA 




Below are some very informative E-Safety links:


Multi-Award-Winning Online Safety Education for the Whole School Community

National Online Safety


Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.

Childnet - Advice for parents and carers



To visit the Lancashire County Council e-safety advice and resources for pupils click on the following link;

Keeping young children safe online for parents;


BBC – top 10 web safety tips;


Avoiding remote access trojans;


A guide to Google;


Award winning Anti cyberbullying website;


Parents guide to technology from the UK Safer Internet Centre;


How to set up parental controls;