How We Keep Children Safe
At Campsbourne we take the safety and wellbeing of our children very seriously and it is at the heart of everything we do. We have a number of policies and procedures that ensure we keep a clear and active focus on Safeguarding in all our work.
Keeping children safe can take the form of teaching children and supporting them to;
- keep themselves safe and healthy
- recognise and manage risk
- develop healthy habits
- learn about sex and relationships
- be aware of E-Safety including grooming
- deal with conflict and bullying
- developing positive attitudes
The school also supports children and families with social, emotional and medical needs.
Safeguarding is also concerned with issues of Child Protection and keeping children safe from environmental harm or harm from others which might take the form of;
- neglect, emotional and physical
- sexual abuse
- physical abuse
- grooming for sexual purposes
- exposure to extremism
You can download our Safeguarding Policy and the DfE guidance on Keeping children safe in Education If you would like any other information or policies please contact the school office.
Should you be concerned about the safety or wellbeing of any child please contact myself Jonathan Smith – Headteacher. If outside of school hours please contact Haringey Social Services on
- Monday to Thursday 8.45am to 5pm; Friday 8.45am to 4.45pm
Tel: 020 8489 4470
- Out of office hours, including weekends
Tel: 020 8489 0000