Safeguarding
Safeguarding children - the action we take to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm - is everyone's responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play. 
(Working Together to Safeguard Children, HM Government, 2015)

 

Here at Burlington Infant and Nursery School the safeguarding of children is of paramount importance. We regularly review our safeguarding procedures and ensure all staff and parent volunteers receive annual training. All staff and volunteers are DBS checked.

 

Safeguarding Policy

If you have any concerns regarding a child's well-being, please speak to one of our school safeguarding team (Michelle Docwra, Terri Easty, Su Yay-Walker or Claire McEvoy) or contact the Single Point of Access (SPA) for Kingston on 020 8547 5008

Statutory Guidance: Keeping children safe in education

Working together to safeguard children

What to do if you're worried a child is being abused

 

New National Initiative - Operation Encompass (June 2019)

We would like to let parents know of a new initiative that our borough has adopted, along with many other boroughs across the country, to help keep children safe.  If there has been an incident at home where the police have been called and a child / children are present, if appropriate, the school (specifically the Safeguarding Officers) will be notified before the next school day so that we can support the children accordingly.

Please click below to see a letter from the Metropolitan Police outlining this initiative.

Encompass - Letter to Parents

Please visit our 'Keeping Your Child Safe' page for more information and advice.

Keeping Your Child Safe