I am an adult with concerns about a child or the conduct of a member of staff

Concerns about a child at home:
If you are concerned about the treatment of a child outside of school either:

  1. Report it to Binfield Primary School’s Designated Safeguarding Officer (Suzie Featherstone-Wright) by contacting the school.
  2. Contact Bracknell Forest Social Care (MASH) Team:

T: 01344 352005
E: mash@bracknell-forest.gov.uk
W: https://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/health-and-social-care/keeping-adults-and-children-safe/protecting-children/report-child-abuse-or-concern-about-child

  1. In an emergency please ring 999.

Bracknell Forest MASH is the single point of contact for all safeguarding concerns regarding children and young people living in Bracknell. The MASH brings together a team of professionals from a number of partner agencies to deal with all safeguarding concerns for a child/young person.

Within the MASH, information from partner agencies will be collated to assess risk and decide what action to take. As a result, the agencies will be able to act quickly, in a co-ordinated and consistent way, ensuring that vulnerable children and families are kept safe and supported.

Concerns about a child in school or the conduct of a member of staff:
If you are concerned about how a child has been treated in school or are concerned that the conduct of a member of staff is inappropriate:

  1. Speak to the Designated Safeguarding Officer (Suzie Featherstone-Wright).
  2. Ask to speak to the Chair of Governors (Stuart Wharpshire)  via emailing pa@binfieldschool.com.
  3. Phone Bracknell Forest Social Care (MASH) Team on 01344 352005

Concerns about Radicalisation:
If you are concerned about a child, adult or young person being radicalised:

  1. Speak to the Designated Safeguarding Officer (Suzie Featherstone-Wright).
  2. Contact Bracknell Forest Community Safety Team Email: community.safety@ bracknell-forest.gov.uk Phone: 01344 352000
  3. Contact 101 or 999 (www.thamesvalleypolice.uk)
  4. Contact the Confidential Anti-Terrorism Hotline: 0800 789 321, stating you have a Prevent concern.