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Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility.  Barnes Primary School endeavours to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued.  Child protection forms part of the school’s safeguarding responsibilities.

If a parent or carer has any concern about the health and safety of their child at our school, they should share this information with an appropriate member of staff.

Name and position


Designated safeguarding Leads

·         Sue Jepson (overall lead officer)

·         Jade Huxley

·         Anna Freeland

·         Pollyanna Kelynack






Designated governor for safeguarding

·         Nigel Standing

·        Elizabeth Baggalay


c/o jpatience@barnes.richmond.sch.uk


E-Safety Lead

·         James O’Donnell



Wellbeing Mentor

·         Pollyanna Kelynack



First Aid trained staff

SurnameFirst NameQualificationExpiry Date
VALLADE (FT)NataliePaediatric13-Nov-21
MARTIROSSIAN (FT)LilyPaediatric07-Aug-20
BEARD (FT)RayForest School Paediatric19-Jun-20
BYRNE (FT)SaraPaediatric13-Jul-20
PEARSON (PT)AngelaPaediatric06-Sep-21
KALER (FT)SimeronPaediatric26-Nov-20
ZOBDEH (FT)KristinaPaediatric06-Sep-21
MOSS (FT)ChristinePaediatric13-Nov-21
BLAIR (PT)LucyPaediatric28-Sep-22
PASHLEY (FT)TomPaediatric08-Oct-22
ENJARIE (FT)LamaPaediatric09-Oct-22
BAHLOULI (PT)BidaEmergency Paediatric10-Nov-19
LEHMAN (PT)JasmineEmergency Paediatric10-Nov-19
CHILDS (FT)HannahPaediatric02-Jul-22
DOVE (FT)JooliaPaediatric02-Jul-22

Useful links

·        Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)  (safety online website)
·        Child Line:  0800-1111  (contact number for children)
·        Educate Against Hate (extremism and radicalisation)
·        E-Safety information
·        Keeping Children Safe in Education
·        National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
·        Single Point of Access

You can contact us to request support, or to report a concern about a child or young person

020 8547 5008

·        Strengthening Families (Achieving for Children)

020 8943 8188

Provides practical, emotional and advocacy support to male and female victims of domestic abuse. They offer expert guidance and support for victims going through civil and criminal courts and can provide advice on safety, housing, benefits and child contact arrangements.

Recent staff training

Professional trainingStaff member
Child protection·         All staff including FFS & Caterlink (September 2019)

·         All staff including FFS & Caterlink (September 2019)

Child protection·         Level 2 – Sue Jepson

·         Level 3 – Sue Jepson

First Aid·         All staff (September 2019)

·         All staff (September 2018)

.         All staff (September 2017)

Safer Recruitment·         Sue Jepson      (February 2017)

·         Antonia Lord   (February 2017)

·         Nigel Standing

.         Jade Huxley