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 -


Click here to view our full list of school policies.




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Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 29th Jan 2019 Download
@DidcotGirls09:53 PM - 20th March, 2019 8NHM have been using height in their Gymnastics lessons . Here’s Lottie on the Trampette wowing us with her Gymastics talent.. Read more
@DidcotGirls01:13 PM - 20th March, 2019 Extremely proud of you all and dancers - although no surprise at all to hear that you have gone through to the finals! Read more
@DidcotGirls01:02 PM - 20th March, 2019 Great to see girls trialling for House trampolining competition next week! Look forward to seeing your routines! Read more
@DidcotGirls11:12 AM - 20th March, 2019 Myth 💬 "I'm too slow to go to parkrun" No, you're not! There is no time limit at parkrun. You can walk, jog, run or volunteer 🌳 Everyone is welcome at ! 👋🏾 🌳 Read more
@DidcotGirls11:12 AM - 20th March, 2019 In our joint European research report, we found that women's sport often accounted for just 4% of media coverage in the UK. Time to make a change Read more Read more
@DidcotGirls11:12 AM - 20th March, 2019 Our U12 and U13 football teams travel to Wallingford for the south Oxfordshire county tournament this evening. Good luck to both teams ⚽️
@DidcotGirls11:12 AM - 20th March, 2019 Our B team won their league and A team finished 3rd - missing out on the top 2 spots on goal difference. Well done to both teams ⚽️👏🏼⚽️
@DidcotGirls11:12 AM - 20th March, 2019 When you use the latest dance craze as a warm up ! Great session Read more
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