At Ogbourne Church of England Primary School, safeguarding is our top priority. We expect all staff, volunteers, parents, carers and the wider school community to share our commitment to keeping our children safe. All staff and volunteers are trained in safeguarding and safety procedures. All visitors to our school are reminded of their safeguarding responsibility and any who do not have recognised, currently valid DBS clearance will be accompanied by a member of staff at all times.

Designated Safeguarding Leads:

Lucy Crump ([email protected])- Head of School

Amanda Virgilio ([email protected]) – Deputising Teacher

Deputising Designated Safeguarding Lead:

Cathryn Ramsden ([email protected])

If you have any safeguarding concerns please contact us on 01672 841318 or by emailing [email protected].

Governor responsible for safeguarding:

Sarah Farley [email protected]

Senior Mental Health Lead:

Mrs Lucy Crump


Welcome from our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) Mrs Crump and Mrs Virgilio

The safety and well being of all the children at Ogbourne CofE Primary School is of paramount importance and we have clear and concise procedures in place to ensure that every child and adult is safe. We meet and exceed all statutory requirements and regularly monitor safeguarding provision. We expect all staff, volunteers, parents, carers and the wider school community to share our commitment to safeguarding our children.

Welcome from Sarah Farley, our Link Governor for Safeguarding

I am the Safeguarding Governor working with the School’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) in supporting the School both in keeping the children safe whilst they are here and in promoting their welfare. This role is an important one since I must:

  • understand the requirements of safeguarding as it is a governance requirement under the Education Act;
  • check that the School is compliant with statutory guidance;
  • and ensure we have effective systems in place to keep all children, especially those who may be more vulnerable, safe.

I enjoy the contact this role gives me with the School and the responsibility to ensure we keep our children safe whilst here.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Anyone can contact the NSPCC Helpline whenever they are worried about a child by calling 0808 800 500, emailing [email protected], texting 88858 or contacting online via The service is free, available 24/7 and calls can be made anonymously. This service can also be used for general advice and guidance.

NSPCC – Keeping Children Safe