Designated Safeguarding Lead | Martha Collins
Student Safeguarding Leader | Nicole Blackwood
To report any safeguarding concerns about students please use the email below to contact us. We will always take your concerns seriously.
Do you know any child aged between 5‐16 who has not got a school place?
Please contact Sona Ruparell, Monitoring and Inclusion Officer at Camden on
020 7974 4596 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or see poster below for further information.
Managing the risks of Social Media use
The presentation from the talk held at the school on Wednesday 8 May 2019:
Female Genital Mutilation is illegal. To get more advice visit nspcc.org.uk/fgm or call the NSPCC's free, anonymous helpline on 0800 028 3550. Please see further resources below.
- Children missing education
- Online Safety information
- Online Safety poster
- Online Safety policy
- Our Learning Community poster
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
- Safeguarding Children How you can help
The following government and Camden websites contain useful advice and support for parents on a range of topics such as e-safety, radicalisation, social media etc.
Attendance and Guidance
Research has shown that regular attendance and good punctuality are crucial factors in students achieving their full potential in education.
At Acland Burghley School we wish to work in partnership with parents and carers and so are seeking your full support in ensuring that your child attends school every day and on time. We are always pleased to work together with parents/carers in resolving any difficulties but we are also committed to improving attendance levels at the school.