The aim of Millbrook Park is to safeguard and promote children’s welfare, safety, health and guidance by fostering an honest, open, caring and supportive climate.
The children’s welfare is of paramount importance.
In order to protect and support children there will be an emphasis on:
- Prevention through a positive and open atmosphere, teaching and pastoral support to students
- Protection through following agreed procedures, ensuring staff are appropriately recruited, trained and supported to respond appropriately and sensitively to Child Protection concerns
- Support for children who may have been abused
The overarching safeguarding message must be to maintain an attitude of “it could happen here”.
At Millbrook Park there is a Designated Safeguarding Leader (DSL) and three Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leaders (DDSL) who are responsible for ensuring that child protection and safeguarding concerns are handled sensitively, professionally and in ways which support the needs of the child.
Designated Safeguarding Lead: Roger Billing
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads: Tracey Styman, Olivia Claxton and Dhanisha Tailor
If you would like any more information or would like to speak with either the DSL or DDSL, please contact the school office on 020 3137 5924
The School send guidance and information about any specific issues which occur for our particular school and context. See below:
To access up to date training for the identification and prevention of all types of radicalisation, click on the link below
Home Office Prevent E-Training
We approach Keeping Children Safe in its widest possible form. Children are given opportunities to become skilled at keeping themselves safe online, and in both body and mind. They are given practical guidance for keeping safe when out and about in their own local area, including learning road safety.
More information may be found on the following websites.
CEOP: Child Exploitation and Online Protection command. If you are worried about online abuse or want to report it then click here.
Childnet: information for parents and carers about online safety.