At Didcot Girls' School, we recognise our moral, ethical and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of students. We are fully committed to ensuring that consistent and effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support families, young people and staff at school.


If you have any concerns, please contact;


Designated Safeguarding Lead- Mrs Jo Payne -

Safeguarding Officer - Mrs Tina Vidovic -

Safeguarding Governor - Mr Nigel Cribb -


Click here to view our full list of school policies.




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Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 29th Jan 2019 Download
@DidcotGirls09:06 AM - 21st January, 2020 And in Bussell House we’re focusing on well-being, what it is and how to improve it. Let’s say adios to those winter blues: get active, eat healthy, take care of yourself! Great advice. Read more
@DidcotGirls09:00 AM - 21st January, 2020 Mixing it up with a Wilson House Assembly today, choosing their House anthem in mixed year groups! Great stuff W house! Read more
@DidcotGirls01:16 PM - 20th January, 2020 Happiness is... a pink balloon! Read more
@DidcotGirls12:57 PM - 20th January, 2020 It’s a fact (we’ve proved it today)...balloons bring joy! Read more
@DidcotGirls12:45 PM - 20th January, 2020 Blue Monday? Not at DGS! Spreading joy in the form of balloons...just because! Read more
@DidcotGirls12:38 PM - 20th January, 2020 It might be ‘Blue Monday’ today but school council are out delivering balloons across the school site making sure bursts of colour are lifting spirits and raising smiles across the school Read more
@DidcotGirls09:00 AM - 20th January, 2020 Adie House starting off term 3 House Assemblies with real house pride....and a game of Chinese Whispers. Intriguing! Read more
@DidcotGirls06:29 AM - 20th January, 2020 Friday afternoon saw over 20 staff taking part in mental health training with 🧠👍🏻😊 Read more
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