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This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

The Surrey Safeguarding Children Partnership aims to support professionals, parents and careers in keeping children safe.  Please visit for more information.

Please follow this link to view our Safeguarding Policy.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Celia Wand our Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are Mr Coles, Ms Ash and Mrs Cumberbeach.  Our Safeguarding Governor is Pauline Stanmore. 

Our Safeguarding Team

Mrs Wand
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Ash

Assistant Head
SENCO, Inclusion and 

Deputy DSL

Miss Mutton
PA to Head



Unfortunately some people do hurt children by hitting them,
abusing them, shouting at them or not caring for them. 
If someone is hurting you, it is Mrs Wand’s job to listen to you and decide what to do next.








Ms Ash’s job is to help you if you have additional needs at school.  You might need help with your learning or have physical needs that you need support with.  She also liaises with our families who might need some additional support.


MMrs Cumberbeach
Deputy Safeguarding Lead
and PSHE Lead

Mr Coles
Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Page
Deputy SENCO

We want everyone at our school to feel happy, safe and secure.  Mrs Cumberbeach’s job is to make sure we learn about how to stay safe and make healthy choices.  You can also speak to her if you are worried about things that you are doing or seeing on-line.

Like Mrs Wand, Mr Coles is also available to listen to if you are being hurt, abused, shouted at or not cared for.  He is always in school until half past four when clubs are on.
Mr Coles also checks what everyone is looking at on-line when they are at school and will speak to you, the Headteacher and your parents if you are looking at things that you shouldn’t be.

Mrs Page makes sure that all of your medicines are stored correctly and that the office staff know what you should be taking.






E-Safety - Keeping Children Safe

At Horsell Junior, we take the issue of Internet Safety very seriously.  The internet is a fantastic resource, but it can also bring risks, as some material may contain items which are illegal, deflamatory, inaccurate or offensive.   We work with our pupils in school to help them understand the dangers and learn how to keep themselves safe.  For additional security, we gain access to the Internet via an Internet Service Provider who has been recommended by Surrey County Council.  They offer a filtering service for unsuitable materials for school children.

Do you know how to set parental controls to help keep your child safe online?

The following website helps you to set parental controls by giving you instructions for each device you have in your home. Have a look in the controls section on this website for more information.

Please follow this link for information on parental controls.

Please follow this link for information on digital family life.

Please follow the link below for information giving parents and carers details on how to safely use 'SnapChat' 

We run E-Safety Evening's at Woking High School and will advise of the next date.  We encourage all parents to attend.

For expert information to help children and young people stay safe online, please visit