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Concerned about the safety of yourself or another learner?
Our Commitment to Safeguarding
- all learners have the right to be protected from harm, abuse and neglect
- every learner has the right to an education and learners need to be safe and to feel safe in education
- learners need support that matches their individual needs, including those who may have experienced abuse
- all learners have the right to express their views, feelings and wishes and voice their own values and beliefs
- all learners must be encouraged to respect each other’s values and support each other
- all learners have the right to be supported to meet their emotional, and social needs as well as their educational needs –a happy, healthy, sociable learner will achieve better educationally
- the prevention of abuse, victimisation, bullying (including homophobic, bi-phobic, trans-phobic and cyberbullying), exploitation, extreme behaviours, discriminatory views and risk-taking behaviours; and
- All staff and visitors have an important role to play in safeguarding learners and protecting them from abuse.
Meet our Safeguarding team
committed to ensuring the safety of our learners.
Our Key Principles
Empowerment enables people to be confident in making their own decisions and giving informed
Proper support, as well as, representation has to be there should anyone need it. Organisations have to
take measures to help stop any abuse from taking place (as well as detecting and reporting abuse) and
offer help and support to those who are already at risk.
It is critical to try and take precautionary actions before any harm ever takes place. The primary
- Raising awareness
- Training the staff
- Making information easily accessible
Any issue that comes up should be dealt with in the least intrusive manner. This means proportionality
One of the crucial things to do is to form partnerships with local communities so they can coordinate in creating solutions. Their assistance in preventing and detecting signs of abuse cannot be overlooked.Partnerships allow organisations to work together with each other, as well as with the local community.
There should always be accountability and complete transparency in delivering safeguarding practice. Safeguarding is something that every single person takes part in.
Accountability ensures that everyone contributes to their role when it comes to safeguarding vulnerable people. Everyone is accountable for their actions as individuals, services and organisations.
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Have a concern?
The button below will link you to our online safeguarding concern form. Once completed a member of our safeguarding team will be alerted and will be in contact as soon as possible.
In a situation where you believe someone is at immediate risk of serious harm, or a criminal act has taken place, please call 999.