GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Our Schools

Banbury Region

Banstead Region

Berkshire & Hampshire Region

Caterham Region

Crawley Region

Didcot Region

Epsom Region

London Boroughs

Redhill Region

Sunbury & Camberley Region

Frogmore Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all pupils, staff, volunteers, visitors and external agencies to share this commitment.

Should you have any concerns regarding the welfare or safety of a pupil please speak to our Designated Child Protection Officers:

  • Mrs E Rodziewicz, Headteacher - Designated Safeguarding Lead

  • Mrs L King - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

  • Miss D Ellis - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Our Safeguarding Policy is written with due regard to the Department for Education statutory guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2023

Please click here to view our Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy 

Information for Parents

If you have any concerns because you think that a child is being abused or has been abused in the past, and you want someone to find out what is going on, contact the Children Services Department

Hampshire Children Services
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm, phone 0300 555 1384
At all other times, contact the out-of-hours service, phone 0300 555 1373

You can also report your concerns to the NSPCC

Internet Safety

Whilst there are huge benefits to being online in order to stay connected to family and friends during the coronavirus pandemic, the government recognises many parents may feel concerned about the activities and content their children are accessing. This guidance outlines resources to help keep children safe from different risks online and where to go to receive support and advice.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection - CEOP

 This organisation has lots of information about how to keep your children safe online and parental controls.

The NSPCC also offers lots of helpful tips and advice parents can use to keep their children safe on the internet and social networks.


Internet Matters is an independent, not–for-profit organisation to help you keep your children safe online and include more on cyber bullying, online grooming, sexting, radicalisation and pornography.

Internet Matters

Childnet has resources to help you discuss online safety with your child. The ebook below will help you start a discussion about sharing information online. 

The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART crew
Parent Zone provides updates about new apps and games and all things digital.

Parent Zone

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

This is a form of sexual abuse which sees children/young people being manipulated or coerced into sexual activity for receiving ‘something’ such as; gifts, money, food, attention, somewhere to stay etc. Technology is very often used to groom victims. This may occur through social networking sites and mobile phones with internet access. CSE has gained a large amount of media attention over the last year as lots of services involved with children and young people have noticed a big rise in cases involving CSE.

NCPSS and Barnardos have been campaigning to raise the profile of this form of child abuse



PACE (Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation) is a charity that works with parents and carers whose children are sexually exploited. They offer one-to-one telephone support, national and local meet-ups with other affected parents and information on how parents can work in partnership with school, police and social care.

PACE (Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation)

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Female Genital Mutilation is classified as a form of Child Abuse in the UK. Therefore, it makes the procedure a serious Child Protection issue. It is illegal for anyone to perform FGM in the UK or to arrange for a child to be transported to another country for the procedure. The maximum sentence for carrying out FGM or helping it to take place is 14 years in prison. You must contact the Police if you think that a girl or young woman is in danger of FGM. You should contact the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (020 7008 1500) if she’s already been taken abroad. The Daughters of Eve Website helps to raise awareness of this issue and sign-posts those affected by it to supportive services. The NSPCC offers a free and anonymous FGM 24 hour helpline.  Call 0800 028 3550 or email

The Daughters of Eve

Preventing Radicalisation

From 1 July 2015 schools are subject to a duty under section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, in the exercise of their functions, to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”.

Our school is clear that extremism and radicalisation should be viewed as safeguarding concerns. We value freedom of speech and the expression of beliefs and both pupils/students and adults have the right to speak freely and voice their opinions. Our ethos seeks to build pupils’ resilience to radicalisation by promoting fundamental British values and enabling all members of our school community to challenge extremist views. 

DfE guidance on the Prevent Duty can be found in the document below. The NSPCC has information for parents/carers about radicalisation and dangers associated with extremism. There are also links to other supportive services on the NSPCC webpage.

Information about radicalisation

The NSPCC has a wide range of resources that help adults keep children safe from abuse and other dangers, both online and in the physical world.


P.A.N.T.S: Teach your child the Underwear Rule and help protect them from abuse. It's a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from sexual abuse. 


Staying safe away from home: your guide to when your child's old enough to be out on their own, and how to teach them to keep safe while they're away

Staying safe away from home 

Home alone: How to decide when it's safe for your child to be home on their own, and what you can do if they're too young. 

Home Alone