Safeguarding Children



Every child, regardless of age, has at all times and in all situations a right to feel safe and protected from any physical or emotional damage.

We hope you have an enjoyable and rewarding time at Dulwich College Beijing and appreciate the time you are giving to visiting and/or supporting our students’ learning. To help provide a safe environment for our children, we ask that all visitors familiarise themselves with the guidelines below.

Please do not:

  • Use toilets other than the marked adults-only toilets
  • Take photos or film the students unless you have already received the school’s permission
  • Initiate or respond to physical contact with children (report this immediately)
  • Be alone with a child
  • Exchange personal information with children
  • Physically or verbally abuse any child

Please do:

  • Remain with your host at all times and on departure sign out and return your badge
  • Report inappropriate or unacceptable behaviour immediately
  • Be aware that verbal interactions with a child could be interpreted as being inappropriate
  • Be aware that contact with a child from Dulwich College Beijing outside the campus may be inappropriate
  • Read this declaration and ask your host for clarification if needed.

Please note:

The College is under 24-hour video surveillance; this material is intended to be used when needed with the permission from the Headmaster


Head of College

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Anthony Coles


If you have any serious concerns during your time at Dulwich College Beijing, the first person you should turn to is Mr Anthony Coles.

Designated Safeguarding Lead

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Kevin Rossall


If Mr Anthony Coles is not available, then please contact Mr Kevin Rossall.

Safeguarding Introduction