Staying Safe

Equality Impact Statement

Staying Safe In School

Safeguarding and Support During School Closure 

During this difficult time, we remain committed, as a school community, to ensuring our children and families feel supported. In the first instance, if pupils and parents have a concern, they may contact the class teacher by email.  

However, if there are some safeguarding concerns, you should contact members of the school’s safeguarding team during school hours by email: 

Contact 1:  Mia Bennett- bennettm@west-ewell.surrey.sch.uk  

Contact 2: Ian Cook Abbott – cook-abbotti@west-ewell.surrey.sch.uk  

Contact 3: Wendy Thomas – thomasw@west-ewell.surrey.sch.uk  

Contact 4: Clare Sbiti- sbitic@west-ewell.surrey.sch.uk  


Here are some other useful links that provide further support outside of these hours: 

1. Childline: help, support and advice on the telephone (0800 1111) or via the Internet www.childline.org.uk

2. Kooth: counselling service where any child can log on via the Internet and speak to a trained counsellor until 10pm 

www.kooth.comand

 3. Calm Harm: a teenage mental health charity aimed at improving teenage mental health 

www.stem  4.org.uk/calmharm

In a mental health emergency please call one of the following services: 

4. Samaritans (116 123) 

5. Papyrus (08000684141) the UK charity for the prevention of young suicide. 

You can view the BET Safeguarding Policy here

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