This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Kingsdale Foundation School is a 'telling school'. Bullying of any kind is not tolerated at Kingsdale Foundation School.
At Kingsdale Foundation School safeguarding the welfare of young people in our community is the responsibility of all. In the section of the website are located some of our key policies and documents relating to safeguarding.
To assist parents and carers in having meaningful conversations about this important topic, Childnet International have produced a useful webpare sign posting parents to where they can find helpful resources. You can access the Childnet website hereand resources for parents specifically, produced by the UK Safer Internet Centrehere.
Online Safety and the Prevent Strategy
We are aware that some parents/carers and guardians may have concerns around the safety of their child when using the internet and new technologies at home.
Here are some websites that will help support your efforts in keeping your child safe online.
In relation to extremism, radicalisation and terrorism, please visit
Supporting parents with Autistic children
Please follow this link for information from the National Autistic Society designed to support parents with autistic children during the Christmas period.
The designated Safeguarding Lead for this school is Ms C Matheson, Deputy Headteacher.
The designated Deputy Safeguarding Leads for this school are Mrs V Turner, Mr. O Fatodu, Mr A. Samuel, Mrs.G Boyd, Mr. M. Dabo, Mrs. V. Gaur, Ms. S. Walters, Mr. T. Unwin & Ms. E Ferguson.
The E-Safety Lead for this school is Mr O Fatodu.
Our Safeguarding Officers may be contacted via the main school office or via email firstname.lastname@example.org