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Safeguarding Information

Our Safeguarding Team

If you want to get in contact with any of our safeguarding team email them on: 


We will try to get back to you within one school day.






Two Mile Hill Anonymous Reporting


If you have a problem or concern in school or at home, you can report it to a member of staff anonymously by using our Whisper it! service.


When to report

  • If you or a friend are being bullied
  • You are concerned for a student's welfare
  • A student, member of staff or parent has behaved inappropriately
  • You need to talk to someone about a problem


How to report


  • SMS: 07860 021 323  Start with TMH22 and then your message.
  • Email:




What is Safeguarding?


Safeguarding is the action that is taken to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm.

Safeguarding means:

  • Protecting children from abuse and maltreatment
  • Preventing harm to children’s health or development
  • Ensuring children grow up with the provision of safe and effective care
  • Taking action to enable all children and young people to have the best outcomes.


Safeguarding children and child protection guidance and legislation applies to all children up to the age of 18.

What is Child Protection?


Child Protection is part of Safeguarding and promoting welfare. It refers to the activity that is undertaken to protect specific children who are suffering, or are likely to suffer, significant harm.


At Two Mile Hill we keep our Pupils and Staff safe.  If you have any concerns regarding the safety or well-being of a child within Two Mile Hill, please contact any of our Safeguarding Team.


Concerns about a Child


All concerns relating to a child in school should be passed to the Designated Safeguarding Lead who is Cynthia Mayo and Tom Stack Deputy Safeguarding Lead. If both are unavailable, please pass the concerns on to Owen Knowles, the Headteacher.



Our Safeguarding Curriculum


We strive to deliver a curriculum where the children are taught the skills and knowledge to keep themselves safe in and outside of school.  Safeguarding is taught through our PSHE curriculum KAPOW; assemblies; our ongoing E-safety workshops and through other outside organisations.  We use a number of reliable organisations to help deliver specific lessons and safeguarding in school.  These include the NSPCC and the Safer Internet Centre.   We deliver the highly-recommended PANTS resource, designed by the NSPCC,  which helps keep children safe from abuse. Like the Green Cross Code, it takes a potentially tricky subject and gives children (and their parents) tools to talk about it in an engaging and age-appropriate way.





Prevent is part of the United Kingdom’s counter terrorism strategy. It aims to prevent people from becoming involved in terrorism or supporting terrorism. 

At Two Mile Hill we have a duty to protect children from radicalisation and extremism. As part of their education, children will learn about different religions and cultures as we believe the best way of preventing extremism and radicalisation is by increasing understanding of each other.

If a parent has a concern that a pupil at Two Mile Hill is at risk of radicalisation, please contact the Safeguarding Team.

Please click on this link for more information - 



Mandatory Reporting of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

From 21st October 2015 it is mandatory for teachers, health and social workers to report to the police if they find, or are told, that someone under 18 has undergone FGM. 


To obtain more information on FGM please click the link below:




Online Safety

At Two Mile Hill Primary School, we recognise the benefits and opportunities that new technologies offer to teaching and learning.  We encourage the use of technology in order to enhance skills and promote achievement.  However, the accessible and global nature of the internet and variety of technologies available mean that we are also aware of potential risks and challenges associated with such use. There is further information about E safety in the key information section.  Here you will find useful information and websites.




Domestic Abuse/Violence - Advice and Support

Domestic and sexual, abuse and violence is not acceptable. If you or someone you know is a victim, report it and get help. Below are some websites to provide support:


What to do if you are experiencing, or know anyone experiencing Domestic Abuse



Stop Domestic Violence Now!

Women's Aid have created this web space to help children and young people to understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it's happening to you.

Useful support network groups for children and young people to seek advice.


Childline –

Kooth -

Off the Record -

Creative Youth  Network -

The Mix - (online chat or peer group support)



Useful websites for parental support and advice


NSPCC  (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) 


Here is a short video clip to show you the work of the NSPCC and how they can help in the prevention of cruelty to children:


BSCB    (The Bristol Safeguarding Children's Board)   // 


NICCO  (National Information Centre on Children of Offenders)

Head Teacher's Welcome Close

Welcome to our website. Two Mile Hill Primary is a successful school in East Bristol where children are supported to develop the values and skills by which they will live life and develop a love of learning.

"Pupils are kind and tolerant. They celebrate the diversity within their school. Everyone is treated with dignity and equality." OFSTED 2022