We believe that all pupils, regardless of age, special needs or disability, racial/cultural heritage, religious belief and sexual orientation have the right to protection from all types of harm and abuse.

We work in partnership with pupils, parents, child protection agencies and diverse communities to continuously develop and improve safeguarding within our school. This approach helps to keep our pupils safe and, importantly, equips them to tackle, with confidence and enthusiasm, the challenges and opportunities of daily life.

Please see below for details of our core school policies.

Speaking out about racism is key to tackling it, and we welcome conversations with our alumnae and with the students in our schools about this issue.
Read the full statement from GDST Chief Executive Cheryl Giovannoni

View our COVID-19 Risk Assessment regarding the reopening of the school to students.

For further details of our school policies, please contact the school directly.

Please note Putney High School is a nut-free school.

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Life at Putney

Our students enjoy discovering new interests and making friends for life, nurtured and encouraged within a community where kindness, inclusivity and innovation flourish.


Putney pupils are spirited, vibrant and learn to think for themselves, but they also know how to have fun, and most importantly, to really enjoy their time at school.

Suzie Longstaff

Suzie Longstaff
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