Fulbrook Middle School recognises that it has a duty to ensure arrangements are in place for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we carry out this duty through our teaching and learning, pastoral care and extended school activities.
All members of the school community (including volunteers and governors) establish and maintain at all times a safe and stimulating environment, where children feel secure, are encouraged to talk to adults they can trust and are listened to.
Through training, all staff (teaching and non-teaching) are able to recognise the signs of abuse and understand their responsibilities when a child may be at risk of harm.
Mr J. Wall, Deputy Headteacher, is the designated school officer for Safeguarding and Mrs A. Evans is the designated Governor for Safeguarding.
Training of all staff is updated every three years and updated every two years for the designated officer.
Visit our Internet Safety page for useful tips and links.
Safeguarding Lead - Mr Wall
If you have any concerns or would like to speak to someone at school, please contact our Safeguarding Lead, Mr Wall by using the direct email form below or the following email address:
We have gathered a variety of support contacts together, to provide you with help and support should you need it. This is available to pupils, parents and carers:
Local Council Services
Central Bedfordshire Council have an Early Help department for parents to access a range of services. Click their logo above to visit the website or download a list of their offers on the link below.
Young Central Bedfordshire is a new online resource for students, full of trusted information and advice on relationships and sex, emotional health, wellbeing, drugs and alcohol, and keeping safe. Click the link below for further information: