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‘Mill Hill Primary work well with other professionals to help keep pupils safe.’


We are committed to ensuring that all children and staff are looked after in school and we take safeguarding very seriously by prioritising it in the school day.


There are Designated Safeguarding Leads in school are;


  • Tracy Morgan (Headteacher)
  • Samantha Green (Deputy Headteacher)
  • Claire Branscombe (Inclusion Manager)
  • Paula Smith (Home School Link Worker)


Our Safeguarding Governor is:  Emma Charles


If you ever have any concerns that are of a safeguarding nature in relation to the vulnerability and/or risk of any of our children and/or families, please contact one of these members of staff via the school office.


The following link from the Hampshire County Council website provides contact telephone numbers to be used if you have any safeguarding concerns of children outside of school, or that you cannot report to the school.


The contact telephone numbers are as follows;


Office Hours – 0300 555 1384
Out of Hours – 0300 555 1373


You can also e-mail Children’s Services at and e-mails are checked within office hours.


In an emergency call 999.

Our safeguarding leaflet

Mill Hill Safeguarding curriculum

The NSPCC have a range of PANTS guides for parents and carers including guides in other languages, guides for people with a disability and for children with autism. For more information and to download them, click here.

Speak out. Stay safe. | NSPCC

Our Speak out Stay safe programme gives children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect. We teach children aged 5-11 l...

Parenting Smart (Place2Be)


The children's mental health charity, Place2Be, has a website aimed at helping parents with typical situations they can find themselves in with their children.

Advice can be found on over forty topics including:

  • Understanding sibling rivalry?
  • My child is lying, what does it mean, what should I do?
  • My child has trouble going to sleep
  • My child says ‘I hate you!’
  • Cultural identity: who am I?

The Parenting Smart website can found here:

Useful documents

Useful links