Millbrook Primary School is committed to safeguarding all of our pupils, staff and families; nothing matters to us more. We know that children who are safe and happy at school thrive and are able to learn.

At school, it is everyone’s responsibility to ensure the safeguarding of our children and report any concerns to our designated safeguarding team. We have designated safeguarding officers who lead on ensuring any concern is followed up and dealt with immediately. These are  Stella Wheatley (Designated Safeguarding Lead),Hazel Pittard (Acting Headteacher), Diana Steptoe (Breakfast and After School Club) and Sarah Kilminster (Home School Link Worker). We also have our Safeguarding Governor, Brian Mitchell, who oversees that policies and procedures are followed.

We make sure that any visitors or volunteers to school read our Safeguarding overview to ensure that all children are kept safe. All staff and regular volunteers undertake the general safeguarding training.

If at any time you have a concern then please raise it with any member of staff.


Please Refer to our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy for further information.


You’ve probably already talked to your child about things like crossing the road safely. Talking to them about staying safe from sexual abuse is just as easy with our PANTS activity pack.

With fun tasks, word searches, games and stickers, you can help them learn without using any scary words. – Please click on the link below for more information.

Keeping Children safe