Safeguarding at Baylis Court School

Staff, students and visitors have the right to feel safe and to be protected from harm and abuse. In particular:

Baylis Court is committed to providing a secure environment where students feel safe and are kept safe.

Staff and visitors will promote a climate where students and adults feel confident about sharing any concerns that they may have about their own safety or the wellbeing of others.

If you are worried or need help, please talk to an adult that you trust. In school you can speak to:

  • Your Form Tutor
  • Your Head of Learning
  • Subject Teachers
  • Teaching Assistants
  • Support Staff

Safeguarding also includes:

Safeguarding Issue

First Point of Contact

Attendance problems Form Tutor or Heads of Learning
Allegations against staff Heads of Learning
Bullying (including racist, sexist, cyber,
homophobic bullying, peer on peer abuse)
Form Tutor or Heads of Learning
E-Safety ICT Teacher or Heads of Learning
Extremism/Radicalisation Safeguarding Leads
First Aid First Aiders
Harassment Heads of Learning
Medical Needs First Aiders


Students, if what you tell the person worries them, they will share the information with the designated member of staff for child protection.

Mrs Verma: Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Taylor: Deputy Safeguarding Lead

In line with the Equality Act 2010, we have carefully considered the impact of this policy on all protected characteristics as part of our ongoing process to ensure that it is fair and does not prioritise or disadvantage any pupil.


Safeguarding Date  
Getting to Why 10th Nov 2022 Download
Safeguarding Poster 05th Nov 2019 Download
Winter Activities Slough 2022 01st Dec 2022 Download