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Safeguarding - Keeping Children safe

Worried about a child?

To report your concern click here. This will take you the Single Point of Access where you can report your concern.


Safeguarding at St Richard's

At St Richard’s we are fully committed to keeping our pupils safe. If you have any child protection concerns whatsoever you should immediately notify a member of our Child Protection Team. If you do not feel you want to talk to someone in school please contact SPA direct (020 8547 5009).


If you have any Health and Safety concern please notify a member of Leadership Team, the Health and Safety Team and/ or the School Office immediately.


If your require first aid please go to Welfare room or ask in the office for the name of the nearest available trained first aider.



Child Protection Officer:   Siân Murphy

Deputy Child Protection Officers:  Louise Grant/Alex Rice

Safeguarding Governor:   Angie King

Deputy Safeguarding Governor:    Helen Zandbergs

Designated teacher for looked after and preciously looked after children: Sharon Webber


Health and Safety Team

School Business Manager:   Jo Wilson

Caretaker:   David Brand


First Aid Team

Appointed First Aid leader:  Alex Rice

Main First Aid Stations:  Welfare Room/Year 1 Classroom

Please see list for names of current trained First Aiders


Single Point of Access (SPA)
Richmond and Kingston: 020 8547 5008

What a child's difficulties or experiences we want to help as early as possible

Please click here to go to the AfC Early Help and Intervention page for more information about the ways in which AfC's Early Help team may be able to help your family.


For other help available please go to our Helping Hand page by cliking the link below.

Advice for parents on device settings

Worried about a child online?

If you are concerned about online abuse you can report it here or go to


If you have concerns that a child is being sexuallly abuse on line go to Internet Watch Foundation for more information and to report your concerns. 

For more information on how to keep your child safe online click here to go to  go to ParentSafe at LFGL

Water Safety 


Volunteers Mark and Jon from Teddington Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) , led an assembly telling children about the work of the RNLI and sharing general water safety.  


RNLI lifeboat crews protect hundreds of communities around the UK and Ireland through our 24-hour search and rescue service. To do so, they rely on the safest, most reliable lifeboats and modern stations to launch from.


The children watched a short video which can be accessed here.


A letter has also been shared from the Metropolitan Police around the dangers of waters. Please click on the link below. 

Please click below to go to our Policies page where you will find the following documents:  our current Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy ; our Covid19 addendum and our Prevent Policy.