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Safeguarding at Meadlands

Mrs Alexandra Colclough, Deputy Headteacher

Designated Officer for Child Protection and Safeguarding

 

 

Mrs Sophie McGeoch, Headteacher

Deputy Designated Officer for Child Protection and Safeguarding, Monday & Friday

 

 

 

 

                                                   Mrs Alex Colclough

                                                   Designated Safeguarding Officer for Child Protection and Safeguarding, Tuesday-Thursday

                                                  

 

 

 

Miss Claire Davies, Assistant Headteacher

Deputy Designated Officer for Child Protection and Safeguarding

 

 

 

 

Mrs Fiona Stewart

Safeguarding Governor

 

 

 

 

Keeping Safe

 

What to do if you are concerned about a child - ‘The welfare of the child is paramount’

At Meadlands, keeping children safe and ensuring that every child reaches their potential underpins everything we do.  Occasionally, things go wrong for our children and their families and we take our responsibility for the children in our care very seriously and we are here to help, support and guide as best we can.  You can read our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy here  and our most recent Safeguarding Audit here

 

You can tell us about a child, young person or parent/carer that needs support in some way by contacting our Designated Officer, Mrs Colclough via the School Office.   You may be concerned about the child's developmental needs, issues that the parent or carer is experiencing, or you may suspect a child is being neglected or subjected to physical, sexual, or emotional abuse.

 

Our duty is outlined in detail within the document ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’, March 2015, HM Government here. In essence we have a duty to record and report concerns and work alongside local agencies to ensure children are adequately safeguarded from harm.

 

All details are treated confidentially and will only be shared if there are concerns that a child is at risk.  It is always our aim to share our concerns transparently with the child’s parent or guardian before making a referral.  However, we reserve our right to refer without consent if we are sufficiently concerned about a child’s safety or we are unable to contact the parent/guardian after reasonable attempts have been made.

 

Single Point of Access (SPA)

You can also tell Richmond and Kingston Children’s Services about a child, young person or parent/carer that needs support in some way by contacting their Single Point of Access Team (SPA).

 

Richmond  and Kingston SPA (Single Point of Access)

  • Call us on 020 88547 5008 during office hours.

  • Call the out of hours Duty Team (evenings and weekends) on 020 8744 2442.

  • Report your concerns online

    In an emergency

    If you think a child is in immediate danger you should call 999.

    If you need to speak to someone urgently outside of office hours, please call the Duty Social Worker 020 8744 2442.

    Kingston SPA (Single Point of Access)

     

    You can:

  • call us between 8.45am and 4.45pm, Monday to Friday

  • or call the out of hours duty team (evenings and weekends)

  • or call 999 if you are in immediate danger

    You can get advice on the things affecting you - like alcohol, drugs, eating disorders, self harm and sexual health on our 'Supporting young people' pages.

     

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