Safeguarding at Wyborne

The safety and well-being of our children is our key responsibility. We have strict rules on recruitment of staff and ensure that all adults that work with us are vetted through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

We teach our children how to be safe in the school, community and online.

If you have any concerns about the safety of any child, please speak to a member of staff who you feel comfortable with. Alternatively, if your concerns are about the use of digital media, you can report incidents to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.

All of our staff have been trained on dealing with the signs of abuse and they understand the important role they have to play in protecting our pupils from harm. This includes training on the government’s Prevent Strategy as well as recent guidelines on FGM. We follow a clear set of procedures when concerns arise, and matters are dealt with sensitively.

Please click here to read our Safeguarding policy.

There is a wealth of information online about the various forms of abuse and how to keep children safe. If you would like more information or support with any kind of abuse, please click on the links below.

Bullying and Cyberbullying

Child Sexual Exploitation

Child Trafficking

County Lines

Domestic Abuse

Emotional Abuse

Female Genital Mutilation


Online Abuse

Prevent Strategy

Sexual Abuse

What to do if you are concerned a child is suffering from abuse

The Greenwich Safeguarding Children Partnership has created a page on their website for parents and carers that provides links to support, resources and reporting tools if they feel a child is at risk. Please use this site if you would like more information on keeping children safe and if you have any concerns:

Greenwich Safeguarding Children Partnership

Reporting Concerns to Greenwich

Safeguarding and Internet Safety

The children are encouraged to use the internet in school to aid their learning and to teach them how to use the internet safely. Our children tell us that they use the internet a lot at home, and it is important that our parents know how to keep them safe online. These links here will provide you with information on internet safety to help with this. If you are worried about your child’s use of the internet, please come and speak to us.

You can read our online safety policy here.

Pease click here for access to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre for E Safety Advice.

Other useful sites.


Childnet Parent Pamphlet

Digital Parenting Checklists and How To sheets

Internet Matters

Share Aware – Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.

Keeping children safe – Find out how you can keep children safe from abuse and other dangers, both online and in the physical world.

Sexting: advice for parents – How to talk to your child about the risks of sexting – and what you can do to protect them

NSPCC Online Advice

Rocket League

Netflix Guide for Parents