Safeguarding concerns outside of term-time / school hours
If you have concerns about a child, the school is closed and the message is an urgent priority then please contact Abigail Slade, Prinicpal, by emailing email@example.com
If you are worried about the safety of a child/young person, please make use of the following numbers:
- Surrey Children’s Services - Children’s Single Point of Access (CSPA) 0300 470 9100 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Surrey Crisis Mental Health Helpline 0800 915 4644 (24 hours, 7 days a week) - helpline for all ages (children & adults) CAMHS
- Kooth.com is an on-line counselling service for anybody aged between 11-24 years-old and they are open to 10pm each day. Advice will be given by trained professionals in on-line chat rooms.
- Respect.uk.net is a charity helping to end domestic violence. They will work with those who are victims and help those causing the harm to others. They work alongside lots of other organisations that will help you find the right help you need.
- Childline - Free and confidential help for young people in the UK. We are here to help you. Visit the Childline website now. Contact Us. Protecting Children Today. Call Us For Free. Services: Bullying, Sex & Relationships, Abuse, Feelings, Home & Families, School. 0800 1111
- Surrey Police non-emergency 101, emergency 999
If there is an emergency, please call the police on 999 or 101 if not an emergency but you want to speak to the police.
If you are concerned that you cannot keep someone safe due to mental health reasons, you can call 111 (NHS advice), 999 (emergency services) or take them straight to A&E.
We want to work in partnership with you. We will share successes with you and discuss with you any concerns we may have.
Since our first priority is your child’s welfare, there may be rare occasions when our concern about your child means that we have to consult other agencies even before we contact you. The procedures we follow have been laid down by the Surrey Safeguarding Board, and West Hill School has adopted a Safeguarding Policy in line with this for the safety and protection of all. If you want to know more about our procedures or the policy, please speak to the Designated Safeguarding Lead.
We take every precaution to ensure that all within our community are safe, healthy and happy. All West Hill staff have enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance. Our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) are listed below and their training is updated regularly.
Designated Safeguarding staff
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Lucie Scott (Vice Principal)
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads
Abigail Slade (Principal)
Becca Dowell (Assistant Principal)
Nichola Hooper (EA to Principal)
Rebecca Sanderson (Head of Early Years)
Sarah Manashe (School Operations Lead)
Sharon Collett (Teaching Assistant)