Pensans School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. To achieve our commitment, we will ensure continuous development and improvement of robust Safeguarding processes and procedures that promote a culture of Safeguarding amongst our staff and volunteers. Please click on our Coronavirus tab above for up to date guidance on the COVID-19. In the event of a school closure, please use the Home Learning Tab to support learning with your child while the school remains closed. Contact us at

Safeguarding Support

IF you are concerned about a child you can refer to the MARU  - 

Please see the links below for information and support.

 Multi-Agency Referral Unit (MARU)

0300 1231 116

Out of hours: 01208 251 300 (After 17.15 & weekends) 


Early Help Hub

01872 322277

Early Help Hub Link



Professionals, parents, young people and members of the public can ring the Hub to seek advice and support on Early Help services.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Learning Disability Service

Children’s Community Nursing/Diana Nurses and Psychologists

Early Years Inclusion Service

• Autistic Spectrum Disorder Assessment Team

Family Group Conferencing

Family Intervention Project

Family Nurse Partnership

Family Worker

Health Visiting (over 2 years)

Paediatric Epilepsy Nurse Specialists

Parenting Support


School Nursing

Speech and Language Therapy

Targeted Youth Support

Video Interactive Guidance


Safety online 


To make a report about online concerns:

Concerned about online grooming or sexual behaviour online? Contact CEOP:

If you stumble across criminal sexual or obscene content on the internet you should report it to the Internet Watch Foundation:

Young Carers

01872 321486 



Children and Young Adult  Mental health services 


Family Support 


Domestic Violence helpline


Bereavement Support

01209 210624 


Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) 


Female Genital Mutilation (FMG) 


British Board Film classification  


Online - Game Ratings  

Community Police Liaison Officer

To report a non-urgent crime call or e-mail 101

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can textphone on 18001 101 or sms/text 67101


Helpline: Preventing extremism in schools: If you are concerned about extremism in school or organisation that works with children, or you think a child may be at risk of extremism, contact our this helpline: 020 7340 7264 Mon - Fri 9am -6pm . E mail :