At Mulberry School for Girls we want every student to feel safe so that they can achieve their potential free from harm.

If a student is worried about something that is happening either at school or outside of school we have lots of members of staff that can help.

Students can talk to any adult that they trust at the school or any member of our safeguarding team. Students can see who these members of staff are by looking at the wellbeing displays that can be found in every area of the school.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Ms Pugh and our Deputy Safeguarding Lead is Ms Rawat.

Outside school hours, students can seek support via Childline on 0800 1111. In an emergency out of school hours, please call 999.

If you are a parent or another adult who has concerns about the safety of one of our students, please contact Ms Pugh our Designated Safeguarding Lead via our Main Reception on 020 7791 7229 or via email at

Please note that messages can only be responded to during school hours and the school term. In an emergency, please contact the Police.

Mulberry School for Girls is also part of Operation Encompass, in partnership with the Metropolitan Police. This means that the school is informed before the start of the school day if one of our students has been involved in, or exposed to, a domestic incident that has been reported to the police. Our staff are then able to provide support for the student to meet their needs following the incident.

THEWS Remote parent workshops

Safeguarding Team at Mulberry School for Girls

Ms PughDesignated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)
Ms RawatDeputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr KhanAttendance and Welfare Officer
Ms WattLearning Mentor
Ms Nicola BrownSchool Social Worker
Mr HossainHome School Liaison Officer
PC ReynoldsSchool Police Advisor
Ms Erinna McCuskerSchool Counsellor (Place2Be)

Our Safeguarding and Child Protection policy can be found on our Policy Documents page.


Useful Resources/Organisations for Parents and Students Wellbeing