School Gateway

Hillbrook Primary School

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Everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play ensuring children and young people are safe from abuse, neglect exploitation and harm. Our school is committed to safeguarding children and aims to create a culture of vigilance. All staff will always make sure that decisions made are in the best interests of the child. Our school is a community and all those directly connected, staff members, governors, parents, families, and pupils, have an essential role to play in making it safe and secure for all.

If you are concerned about a child, you can speak to a designated safeguarding leader. They are available in person on the school gates or via appointment, over the phone (0208 672 3957) or email ( FAO a DSL)

Out of school hours contact:

Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

  • Telephone: 020 8871 7899
  • Telephone outside of normal office hours (after 5pm weekdays or on weekends): 020 8871 6000
  • Email:

Children are encouraged to contact ChildLine if they need to talk to someone outside of school hours. 

In addition to our safeguarding leaders, we have a wide pastoral team available to support the wellbeing of children and parents.

Gemma Moss

Learning Mentor

Victoria Buckle

Learning Mentor

Wayne Eastmond

Learning Mentor


Georgia Riley

Place2Be Manager

Heleen Molenaar

Place2Be Manager



We have a school nurse, Deborah Osbourne.

The school has a nominated governor, Heather de Mello, responsible for safeguarding to champion good practice, to liaise with the head teacher and to ensure information and reports are provided to the governing body. Heather carries out termly visits to the school.

Essential Documents

Hillbrook’s Safeguarding Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education

Working Together to Safeguard Children

Links for Parents

The NSPCC website has a wealth of resources on the different types of abuse, information about keeping children safe online and support for parents.

The Wandsworth Family Information Service has a directory of services for families and young people across the borough.

Childnet is a UK-based charity who empower children, young people, and those who support them in their online lives, and its mission is to work with others to make the internet a great and safe place for children and young people.