How MGGS Keeps You Safe

We are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of everybody who belongs to, or visits our community

Safeguarding underpins all aspects of our school policies, practice and procedures. Our culture of safeguarding embodies the Maidstone Grammar School for Girls ethos of ‘Non sibi sed omnibus’ – ‘Not for oneself but for all’.

At MGGS all stakeholders embrace the commitment to safeguard our school community. Governors, staff (including volunteers) and visitors all have a duty to work in line with our safeguarding and child protection policy. Please read the MGGS Safeguarding and Child Protection policy.

We have produced a document for students which explains how we safeguard our young people, as well as identifying the staff students can contact if they are concerned about their own well-being or that of somebody else.

How MGGS Keeps You Safe (info for students)
Please also see our Child Protection Policy

Report a Concern

If you have a safeguarding concern please report it and a member of the safeguarding team will contact you. If you need urgent support or you are at risk contact 999.
Report a Safeguarding Concern

CONCERNED ABOUT A YOUNG PERSON?

Contact our Safeguarding Team…

Mrs A Hart
Mrs A HartDeputy Headteacher & Designated Safeguarding Lead
safeguarding@mggs.org
ahart@mggs.org
Miss Deborah Stanley
Miss Deborah StanleyHeadteacher & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
safeguarding@mggs.org
Mrs J Cox
Mrs J CoxSafeguarding Administration Manager & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
safeguarding@mggs.org
jcox@mggs.org
Mr N WalkerAssistant Headteacher & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
safeguarding@mggs.org
Mrs N LawrenceAssistant Headteacher & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
safeguarding@mggs.org
Mr B WhiteAssistant Headteacher & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
safeguarding@mggs.org
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