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Frith Manor School

Safeguarding

Our Child Protection Policy gives detailed information on how we keep children safe at school.

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Our pupils are taught about how to keep themselves safe and that if they have a problem or a concern either about themselves or about a friend then they should speak to their form tutor or a member of the pastoral team. Pupils are taught about online safety through the school curriculum including through PSHE, circle time and assemblies.

Our Safeguarding Leads

Mrs Sinclair - Designated Safeguarding Lead

  • Role: Deputy Headteacher; Designated Safeguarding Lead.
  • Telephone number: 
  • Email address: Nazlee.Sinclair@frithmanor.barnet.sch.uk

Ms Wayland - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.

  • Role: Headteacher
  • Telephone number: 
  • Email address: Wendy.Wayland@frithmanor.barnet.sch.uk

Mrs Hill - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.

  • Role: EYFS Phase Leader
  • Telephone number: 
  • Email address: Jane.Hill@frithmanor.barnet.sch.uk

Mrs Ellis - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.

  • Role: Assistant Headteacher
  • Telephone number: 
  • Email address: Rebekah.Ellis@frithmanor.barnet.sch.uk

Noami Philips is the Governor Link for Safeguarding 

  • Role: Link Governor
  • Telephone number: 
  • Email address: 

Safeguarding in school

A key message around safeguarding is the importance of talking about any worries or concerns and children are actively encouraged to talk about any issues they might have.

We have safeguarding posters in each classroom that show pupils who to talk to should they have a concern. However, if a child has a concern or worry then they should be reassured that they can speak to any member of staff in school. 

Within school our pastoral team supports the children.

External agencies 

We also work very closely with selected external agencies. Below is some information about these agencies.

  • CAMHS
    The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services offer support to children, young people and their families who are experiencing significant emotional difficulties or mental health issues. These can be accessed by a referral from your GP.
  • BICS