Sundridge and Brasted CE Primary School

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Safeguarding Information

Sundridge & Brasted CE Primary School is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all students, staff and visitors.

Our designated safeguarding lead is Tom Hardwick (Executive Headteacher). Colette Taylor-Hicks and Helen Prestage are deputy designated safeguarding leads with support from Donna Hill (Kemsing Primary). If you have any concerns relating to the wellbeing or safety of a child please speak directly to them.

If you wish to raise a safeguarding issue or concern within school, please contact us via or direct to the DSL team via


If you wish to raise an allegation or complaint about the safeguarding leads or practices please contact our Chair of Governors and Safeguarding Governor, Rebecca Hamburger, by email at


Other useful contact numbers:


Local Authority Designated Officers - 03000 410 888, E:

Sevenoaks Safeguarding Team - 03000 423 146

Senior Safeguarding Advisor - Robin Brivio 03000 423 169

Emergency Out of Hours - Integrated Front Door - 0300 041 1111 or the police

Prevent - 0207 340 7264

NSPCC Reporting Line - 0808 800 5000

NSPCC Whistleblowing Line - 0800 028 0285

Area Safeguarding Advisor - Anup Kandola - 0300 041 7865, E:

Safeguarding Admin Support - Rachel Unsworth - 0300 041 2445



Parent Volunteers

Parent volunteers are required to have a full DBS check.  Please contact the school office by email (E: for more information.  All helpers will attend safeguarding training with one of the designated safeguarding leads.


Outside Organisations

We work with outside organisations and agencies to enhance our safeguarding procedures, such as Kent Police Operation Encompass and the NSPCC.


Please follow the link below to visit our policies page where you will find our Safeguarding policies.

Digital Worry Box - Are you a child and worried about something?

If you are worried about something that has happened, online or in person, it is really important that you share it with a trusted adult so they can help you. In school we have a Worry Monster in every classroom as well as outside Mr Hardwick’s office. We check our worry monsters daily to make sure that if anyone has a worry, that we deal with it straight away. Our Digital Worry Box works exactly the same as the Worry Monster outside Mr Hardwick’s office. If you have a worry and you would rather send it digitally, all you have to do is pop in your name, your email address (or that of a trusted adult), write your worry and then press send. As soon as you have done that Mr Hardwick will receive your worry in an email. In some instances Mr Hardwick may need to speak to other professionals about your worry to make sure that you are safe, happy and healthy.