Safeguarding at UKCB
At UKCB we value keeping children and vulnerable adults in a safe environment, at work and at home.
On this page you will find information regarding our strict safeguarding policies, direct safeguarding help form, external help links and more.
For students, it will also cover safeguarding breaches which may occur when working from home; and information on what steps to take.
Never be afraid to speak out. If you have concern of any kind, please get in touch with us, we’re here to help.
Safeguarding Lead / Lecturer
- 020 3638 6747, (Call or Text) 07944852995
Deputy Safeguarding Lead / HR & Support Officer
- 020 3638 6747, (Call or Text) 07856389729
Deputy Safeguarding / DDSL Consultant
Support Officer / Cyber Security Support / Lecturer
- 020 3638 6747 (Call or text) 07843534908
|Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub Barnet Council||The Mash Team||Tel: 0208 359 4066 Out of Hours: 0208 359 2000.|
|Barnet Council||LADO (Allegations against staff)||Tel: 0208 359 4066 Out of Hours: 0208 359 2000|
|Barnet Police||In case of Emergency||999|
Help Contact Form
You should never feel afraid to speak to someone you trust, We know taking the first step may be difficult but we do care, and would like nothing more than to ensure everyone feels safe. You can directly contact us by filling this quick form below.
Fill and attach this form in email to us at email@example.com
Useful Links and Resources
Useful References and Organisations
Useful references and organisations
- London Safeguarding Children Board londonscb.gov.uk
- ‘What to do if you’re worried a child is being ’ Published by DFES 04320- 2006
- National Society for the Protection of Children nspcc.org.uk
- Kidscape kidscape.org.uk
- Stonewall stonewall.org.uk
- The Safe Network safenetwork.org.uk
- Child Line 0800 11 11 childline.org.uk
- Guidance for Safer Working Practice for Adults who work with Children and Young People in Education March 2009
- Barnado’s barnados.org.uk
- horsesmouth.co.uk Mentoring site where users can give and receive confidential advice.
Below is a selection of useful teaching resources on domestic abuse/violence for Centres
- ‘Is this Love?’ Lesson plans and guidance for Centres
- Respect Training Resources for primary and secondary Centres – developed in Scotland but an excellent resource for use in all Centres. zerotolerance.org.uk
- ‘Stop Hitting Mum’ – Children talk about domestic violence (2003) Mullender A, et al Young Voice.
- ‘Hitting and Hurting – Living in a Violent Family’ Pickering, F (2000) The Children’s Society.
- ‘Child protection and domestic violence’ Mullender A, Dobbonair T (2000) Venture Press.
- The Woman who Walked Into Doors, Roddy Doyle, Random House (1997).
- Children’s Perspectives on Domestic Violence, Mullender A, Hague G, and Regan L (2002), Sage