Out of Hours Safeguarding Contact Information / Reporting a Safeguarding Concern

Worried about a child out of school hours?

If a child is in immediate danger or at risk of immediate harm, you should contact the Police on 999

If you are concerned about a child you should share your concern with our local Children’s Social Care Service by calling Hillingdon Children's Services/Stronger Families Hub on 01895 556006 or email StrongerFamiliesHub@hillingdon.gov.uk

You can also contact the NSPCC for advice on 0808 800 5000 or email help@NSPCC.org.uk

If you have non-urgent information about the safety or welfare of a child to share with the safeguarding team at Meadow High School then please contact the relevant Safeguarding Designated Lead listed on our Safeguarding page, and below.   You can also email meadow@meadowhighschool.org

If you need an immediate response or if you are concerned for a child’s immediate safety or welfare please contact the Police.

Reporting a Safeguarding Concern

The safety and wellbeing of our pupils is at the heart of everything we do at Meadow High School.  

If you have any safeguarding concerns you can report these in one of the following ways:


Safeguarding Leads

Designated Safeguarding Lead:
Mrs J Rigby (Headteacher)

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead:
Ms C Caddell  (Deputy Headteacher, Pathway 2 & 3)
Miss A Willis  (Deputy Headteacher, Pathway 1)
Miss F Bonnar  (Assistant Headteacher, Pathway 1)
Mr M Rainsbury  (Assistant Headteacher, Year 7&8)
Miss N Sohun  (Assistant Headteacher, Year10 & 11)
Mrs A Fabisch  (Assistant Headteacher, Year 9 Year & Sixth Form)
Miss K Walsh  (Welfare Lead)
Mrs G Sapiano (Interim Clinical Lead, Therapies)

You can contact the Safeguarding Leads at Meadow High School in the following ways:

by telephone: (01895 443310)

by email:  meadow@meadowhighschool.org


Other useful contacts:

National support organisations


Their counsellors can support young people 24 hours a day. Call them on 0800 1111.


Advice and guidance; there is also a page where you can pass on information about crime anonymously.

The Prince’s Trust 

Support and opportunities for young people, particularly young people who are moving away from gangs and crime. They have helped thousands of young people.