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Have a read of our latest safeguarding newsletters below :

March 2021
January 2021
November 2020
May 2020
March 2020
September 2019 

CEOP is here to keep children safe from sexual abuse and grooming online. CEOP are unable to respond to reports about bullying, fake accounts or account hacking.

We are here to help and give you advice, and you can make a report directly to us if something has happened online which has made you feel unsafe, scared or worried. This might be from someone you know in real life, or someone you have only ever met online.  We take all reports seriously and we will do everything we can to keep you safe.

As well as making a report to us, the CEOP Thinkuknow website has information and advice to help you if something has happened to you online.


Kooth - Online counselling -

Childline - Under 19s - 0800 1111

YoungMinds  -  Support for young people - - 0207 089 5050

YoungMinds Crisis Messenger - Text service providing free 24/7 crisis support - text YM to 85258

Link Youth Counselling Service (13-25 year olds) - Uxbridge - 01895 277222

Samaritans - - 116 123

Youth Access - Find a service - - 0208 772 9900

The Mix - Essential support for under 25s - - 0808 808 4994 or text THEMIX to 85258

Signpost - Hertfordshire area - - 01923 239495 or 07444 768078

Bereavement Support:

Harlington Hospice - - 020 8759 0453

Bereavement Care - Harrow & Hillingdon - - 020 8427 5720

Winston’s Wish - Support for bereaved children and young people - - 08088 020 021

Anna Freud - Support and advice for young people - - 020 7794 2313​

Who else can you turn to?


NHS 111

A&E - in an emergency


Online safety

E Safety Policy

Snapchat Poster from National Online Safety 

NSPCC A Parents 'guide to being Share aware - helping you to keep your child safe on line

DFE - advice for parents on cyber bullying

 Child Sexual Exploitation

Keeping it together - A parents'' guide to coping with child sexual exploitation

Barnardo's: Are you a parent or carer? Help cut out children and young people free from sexual exploitation 

Anxiety in children

Some very young children through to older secondary school aged children can become over anxious  and this can become a real concern for parents. The teenage years can be a fraught time for adolescents and parents alike. It is time of rapid physical development and emotional change and this can be very uncomfortable. You might find these resources useful in helping children in their anxiety

Anxious Child (Mental Health Foundation)

Anxiety and Phobias (Young Minds

Worries and Anxieties (Royal College of Psychiatrists)

Morag Wall
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Zoe McCarthy
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead