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Ruth Gee, a Safeguarding Children in Educational Settings (SCiES) officer visited school yesterday, after reading our Ofsted report and the work we do in school through our Wellbeing Lunch Clubs. Ruth spent time with me discussing the clubs and the rational behind them and how the children have a very positive voice in a supportive environment. She then had lunch with Mrs Heaton and her lunch club.

This morning I received an email with this message:
'I just wanted to say thank you for the warm welcome that you gave to me yesterday and for your hospitality. I found the whole visit really interesting and have got lots of information which the team can use in our work with other schools. Kind regards Ruth

It is lovely to hear that something set up by myself and the staff in Wrenbury will reach out to other schools for the benefit of their children too.

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