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- Mr Will Manning -

Safeguarding Officer - Mrs Tina Vidovic -

Safeguarding Governor - Mr Nigel Cribb -



@DidcotGirls01:34 PM - 23rd September, 2018 vocal group, using their voices wonderfully this morning to raise money for Oxford's homeless. Amazing. Video too large to post :( Read more
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 Decided to try a creative form of homework to help embed information. Students were asked to create a ''coulouring page' based on sustainability with a written explanation to explain their work. Collected the first set on Friday and I am very impressed with the results! Read more
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 Now this is something for those of us above a certain age! Maybe something most students have never heard of!! Read more
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 Year 11 are currently looking at addressing the needs of people with disabilities and this is hugely inspirational! May have to invest in a 3d printer...... Read more
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 Miss Tilling found the Home Front selfie station! Read more
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 Miss Tilling is at the Battle of Britain air show at . What will she see today? Read more
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 Just ordered my first set and I am so excited!
@DidcotGirls11:39 AM - 23rd September, 2018 I was so pleased & proud my A-level history teacher Mr King (he’ll never have a first name to me) came to hear me give a talk last night. To my hardworking inspiring history-teacher followers: please do remember that some of your pupils will be hugely grateful in later life!
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