Safeguarding children, young people and adults

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Statements on the Safeguarding of Children, Young People and Adults

in the parish of Weymouth, St. Paul’s

  • We recognise that everyone has different levels of vulnerability and that each of us may be regarded as vulnerable at some time in our lives.
  • As members of this parish we commit ourselves to respectful pastoral care for all children, young people and adults to whom we minister.
  • We commit ourselves to the safeguarding of people who may be vulnerable, ensuring their well-being in the life of this church.
  • We commit ourselves to promoting safe practice by those in positions of trust.
  • The parish commits itself to promoting the inclusion and empowerment of people who may be vulnerable.
  • It is the responsibility of each of us to prevent the physical, emotional, sexual, financial and spiritual abuse of vulnerable people and to report any such abuse that we discover or suspect.
  • We undertake to exercise proper care in the safer recruitment, appointment and selection of those who will work with people who may be vulnerable.
  • The parish is committed to supporting, resourcing, training and regularly reviewing those who undertake work amongst all children, young people and adults who may be vulnerable.
  • The parish adopts the safeguarding guidelines of the Church of England and the Diocese of Salisbury.
  • Each person who works with children, young people and adults who are vulnerable will agree to abide by these safeguarding recommendations and guidelines established by this church.

This policy will be reviewed each year to monitor the progress achieved.

Fr. Gregory Lipovsky, Vicar

Sharon Waight, Parish Safeguarding Representative

June Hornby, Parish Safeguarding Representative

2020

St Paul's

St Paul’s is a lively, forward-looking Anglican church in the Catholic tradition. We are affiliated to the Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda and our PCC has passed the resolution seeking episcopal oversight from the Bishop of Ebbsfleet.

We are part of the diocese of Salisbury and the Deanery of Weymouth and Portland. We maintain very close links with our Voluntary Aided School, Beechcroft St. Paul’s. 

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