Keeping Children Safe
Everyone at Burlington Junior School has a responsibility to keep our children safe and protected.
We are committed to creating a safe, caring environment where everyone is happy and can achieve.
Please click on the following website pages for more information:
- PREVENT Strategy
- Online Safety
- Supporting Children's Mental Health
- Guidance for Pupils: Who to Contact if you're Worried
- Safeguarding in the Curriculum
Who to contact if you have a concern about a child:
If you have a safeguarding concern about a child, you can contact any member of staff and they will refer the concern to our safeguarding team. If you have a general worry or question about your child and their well-being, please speak to your child's class teacher in the first instance.
For some children and families, home isn't a safe place.
If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of a child, please contact Kingston and Richmond's SPA (Single Point of Access) on 020 8547 5008 from 8am to 5.15pm Monday to Friday where you can share your concern and gain advice and information.
If you need to speak to someone urgently after hours or at the weekend, call the 'Out of Hours' team on 020 8770 5000.
If you think a child is in immediate danger, you should call 999.
Our Safeguarding Team
Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone's responsibility.
Our safeguarding officers at the school are:
Mrs Pip Utting: Headteacher, Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr Matt Blow: Deputy Headteacher, Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Mrs Caroline Case: Assistant Headteacher and Inclusion Leader, Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Mrs Natalie Yendole: Assistant Headteacher, Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Ms Deborah Capon: Family Liaison Officer, Deputy Safeguarding Lead, Young Carers Lead
Rebecca Campbell: Safeguarding Governor
Stefan Bown: Deputy Safeguarding Governor
Adults and children are welcome to talk to us if they are worried about anything.
Ms Capon can offer support with a wide range of issues, including support with Food Bank, supporting families with secondary school application, signposting families to additional services and support groups as well as many more.
Anti-Bullying Week 2022
This year's anti-bullying theme is 'Reach Out'. Andy and the Odd Socks have created a song called 'Calling Out' which supports key messages for children about anti-bullying from the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
For more information about anti-bullying, please visit the following links:
- Top Tips from our School Council
- Burlington Junior School's Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policy
- Anti-Bullying Alliance