Safeguarding information

Safeguarding is about protecting children, young people and adults at risk from abuse or neglect.  It also means helping children to grow up into confident, healthy and happy adults.  

Most children enjoy generally happy childhood experiences within their own family. However, there may be times, as a parent or carer, when you need help, advice or information when caring for your child. This page provides links to sites where you can access information and get advice on a number of subjects. If you have immediate concerns then please contact one of our safeguarding team in school (Stephanie Armstrong or Shannel Robinson) or go the brent safeguarding website:

Our own school policy on safeguarding can be found here   along with a leaflet for visitors in school

We will regularly be updating thie page with the latest information for parents

E-safety is becoming increasingly important in schools and at home. We don’t teach our children to ride a bike by sending them straight to the roads, nor should we allow children freedom and open access the first time they are on a computer. As we develop our learning platform over the coming months e-safety will be having an even greater focus in school. Here are some sites that you might find useful as parents.
General internet safety advice and information
If you have any concerns online you wish to report
Some up to date e-safety tips and information for parents from the NSPCC can be found here:

Prevent is a government strategy designed to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorist or extremist causes. The government have produced a leaflet for parents or other family members: