Safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone in our school community and staff are especially aware of the vulnerability of our pupils who may have barriers to communication.
There is ongoing training throughout the year to ensure that all staff understand school policy and procedures, are up to date with changes to legislation and are aware of issues relevant to our local community.
Training is also offered to families to help them understand how the safeguarding and child protection systems work and why they are there.
Safeguarding includes ensuring an ongoing safe and secure environment and putting appropriate checks in place for recruitment. We have staff members trained in 'safer recruitment’ processes.
We work closely with the ‘Children with Disabilities Team’ to help support families to keep children safe along with our transdisciplinary team. We also work with Brent Educational Welfare Service regarding unexplained pupil absence from school.
If you are worried that a child or young person is at risk or is being abused, contact the Brent Family Front door as soon as possible to discuss your concerns:
- Office hours (Mon – Fri 9am - 5pm): Call 020 8937 4300 (option 1)
- Outside office hours: Call our emergency duty team on 020 8863 5250
|If you believe a child is in immediate danger you should phone the police. Call 999.|
see the Brent website for full details
Every opportunity within the school day we take opportunities to develop independence and communication skills. Children are encouraged to look after their belongings and learn how to keep themselves safe.
For further information, please view the documents/policies below or contact a member of the ‘safeguarding team’:
Click here for government documents