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Safeguarding Information

Child Protection and Safeguarding at Langley Park School for Boys (LPSB)

LPSB is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS checks are carried out on all staff.

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Mr Guy
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Single Point of Contact for all Prevent Referrals

Mr Jones

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Bullen

Safeguarding Officer

The school will ensure that all staff have updated knowledge about safeguarding so that we can:

  • establish and maintain an environment where children feel secure, able to talk, and are listened to
  • ensure students know there are adults in the school whom they can approach if they are worried
  • include opportunities in the main curriculum as well as in PSHE / SMSC, Tutor Time, Assemblies or themed days/weeks so that all pupils develop the skills to recognise and stay safe from abuse.

We follow the procedures set out by the Bromley Safeguarding Children Board and the London Safeguarding Children Board and take account of guidance issued by the Department for Education:

  • The designated safeguarding lead for child protection is Mr R Guy, Deputy Headteacher, who can be contacted either by telephone on: 020 8639 4700 or via email on:
  • The deputy designated safeguarding lead for child protection is Mr B Jones who can be contacted either by telephone on: 020 8639 4700, or via email on:  B Jones
  • The Safeguarding officer is Mrs S Bullen who can be contacted either by telephone on: 0208 639 4700, or via email on  
  • The nominated Governor responsible for Safeguarding and Child Protection is Mr T Moore, who can be contacted via the Clerk to the Governors via email on:

Further information regarding our school policy can be found by clicking the following link: School policy

Emotional Health and Wellbeing

At LPSB we understand that there may be times when students need some support in managing new and often difficult situations. If your son or daughter is experiencing a specific medical condition please contact the school office or their Head of Year in the first instance. This will ensure an appropriate care plan can be created in line with their needs. Emotional health and wellbeing is taken seriously at LPSB. Below you can find more information about other organisations that can offer support.

Available Support:

  • Kooth - The NHS have provided children with an online counselling service to support their emotional well-being, called Kooth. This is a free, safe and anonymous online support for young people which is available Monday-Friday from 12.00pm-10.00pm and Saturday-Sunday from 6pm-10pm. Visit their website for more information:
  • Bromley CAMHS – Crisis Line on 020 3228 5980 (Monday to Friday, 5pm to 11pm) or (Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays, 9am to 11pm)
  • Bromley Y -
  • Papyrus - Prevention of Young Suicide and the promotion of positive mental health.

    Tel:0800 068 4141

    Text: 07860 039967

  • Samaritans

    Tel: 116 123

  • Childline

    Tel: 0800 1111

  • Young Minds - Mental Health charity for children, young people and  their parents, making sure people get the mental health support they need.


  • The Charlie Waller Trust - Bereavement Support: 

         Bereavement support | Charlie Waller Trust

  • Winston's Wish - Bereavement charity supporting grieving children and families.

  • Suicide&Co - Supporting bereaved individuals and opening the conversation around suicide-related grief:

         Suicide&Co | Support after Suicide Bereavement (

  • Movember - Changing the face of men's health and raising awareness for men's health causes, including men's suicide:

         Movember - Men's Health - Mental Health & Suicide Prevention



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