Keeping Your Child Safe

At Hornsey School for Girls the safety, behaviour and well being of students are of maximum importance. This page provides links and documents to a host of information to ensure students are safe. 

Core Learning Time and Assemblies are used to remind students the importance of remaining safe and how to report any incidents to the school. 

Tackling Child Abuse (HM Government/DfE)

The government has launched a campaign called 'Together we can tackle child abuse'. The resources are aimed at everyone in the community and include some short videos explaining physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, neglect and online abuse. 

The simple mnemonic, ABC, is used to remind people that they should look out for changes in appearance, behaviour or communication. The webpage has a search engine to find out where to report abuse.

For more information, go to:


NSPCC - Preventing Abuse

Teaching Your Child - Stranger Danger Safety 

For more information parents can log onto the Child Explotation & Online Protection (CEOP) website to keep themselves informed, see link below:

Child Exploitation & Online Protection


Further Information For Parents


Advice if you would like information to support your daughter’s wellbeing:

Young Minds

Mental Health - Children and Young people


Advice from the Dept for Education on keeping your child safe:

Keeping Children Safe in Education


Advice from Haringey if you have concerns about keeping your child safe from the radicalisation and extremism:

Keeping Children Safe in Education


Advice for your if you are worried about your child being involved with gangs:

NSPCC - Gangs Helpline


Research to support understanding of Girls’ wellbeing:

Girl Guiding: Girl's Wellbeing Explored