Our Safeguarding & Wellbeing Team at Cardinal Pole School
If you have any safeguarding concerns regarding your own child or any other child, you can contact the safeguarding team by calling the school office and leaving a message for Mr O'Donoghue or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and putting Safeguarding Team in the subject line. All concerns will be treated with the utmost confidentiality. You can also contact the police on 999 if urgent or 101 if not urgent. Hackney Children's Services can also be contacted on 0208 3565500 (9am to 5pm Mon-Fri) or 0208 3562710 (out of hours and weekends) or by email at MASH@hackney.gov.uk.
Our Safeguarding Team
Mr A O'Donoghue Associate Deputy Headteacher, Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr Peter Mc Evoy Safeguarding Co-ordinator and Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Miss C John Inclusion Manager Deputy Safeguarding Lead (KS3)
Mr T Read Assistant Headteacher Deputy Safeguarding Lead (6th Form)
Our Student Wellbeing Team
In addition to our safeguarding team we also have an in-school student wellbeing team, led by our safeguarding co-ordinator, Mr Peter McEvoy. This team is comprised of:
- Cynthia John: Inclusion Manager and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Gabriela Toma: School SENDCo
- Nathalie Roset, Julie Watson & Farah Bajull: A-Space School Counsellors
- Simina Barlow: CAMHS Worker in School (CWIS)
- Ann-Marie Majekodunmi: Education Mental Health Practitioner
- Chantay Okunowo-Adedeji: 6th Form Pastoral Support Manager
If you have any concerns about your own child's or any child's mental wellbeing, you can contact the team by calling the school office and leaving a message for Peter McEvoy or Cynthia John or by emailing email@example.com and putting Wellbeing Team in the subject line. Any concern will be treated with the utmost confidentiality. You can of course also contact your own GP.
Statutory and Non-Statutory Safeguarding Documents
The following documents offer statutory and non-statutory advice and guidance to schools regarding safeguarding and related matters. The school's Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available in the school policies section of the school website or on request from the school office.
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Working Together to Safeguard Children
What to do if you are worried a child is being abused