Safeguarding Training

Schools and all their staff and governors are an important part of the wider safeguarding system for children and young people. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, it is important that school staff are knowledgeable and have the appropriate skills and confidence to be in a position to identify concerns early, provide help for children and prevent concerns from escalating.

Sophie is the Head Teacher of a large two site primary school in North West London. Stonebridge School is a Specialist Centre for Safeguarding, offering training and bespoke support to other schools.

Sophie has a passion for safeguarding and been a safeguarding lead for over 15 years, a role which she has not relinquished even as a head. She has developed a broad safeguarding team to ensure all aspects of safeguarding are met within a complex and challenging context.

Sophie Allen Headteacher of our Specialist Centre for Safeguarding,  has spoken at many safeguarding events and conferences sharing the good practice and expertise of her school. Sophie is the primary head representative on the Brent LSCB and also on the Brent Young Carers group.

The CPD opportunities in our programme cover a number of key areas which are central to keeping children safe. These sessions are in addition to the regular updates and briefings of Designated Leads (DSL).