As an employee / learner you have the right to feel safe and secure in your workplace.
What is ‘safeguarding’ and why is it important to us?
Safeguarding means protecting a citizen’s health, wellbeing and human rights; enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. It is an integral part of providing high-quality education. Safeguarding children, young people and adults is a collective responsibility.
Those most in need of protection include:
- Children and young people
- Vulnerable adults at risk, such as those receiving care in their own home, people with physical, sensory and mental impairments, and those with learning disabilities.
If you feel you are at risk of harm or you feel unsafe, please contact your Designated Safeguarding Lead – Stacey Hurley 07963322465
Please see below our policy which outlines our focus, priorities and intentions