In all of the work that we do, we believe that the rights, safety and welfare of the students with whom we are involved are paramount. This may mean that we sometimes have to take actions which parents or carers could find threatening. In such cases we will always work to achieve mutual understanding. We will explain our professional and statutory responsibilities and try to give every assurance as to the reasons for our actions. However, we must stress that for us, the young person's needs must come first.

If you have any concerns or questions relating to Prevent, or indeed any other matter concerning safeguarding or child protection, please do contact us at the earliest opportunity.

To download our full safeguarding policy please click the link below.

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

A Parent's Guide to Extremism and Radicalisation.

E-Safety Information

The Parents Guide to Sexting Codes

How can you safeguard children from Sexting?

Internet Safety Tips for Kids - Guide for Parents

Sexting in Schools and Colleges

The NSPCC Schools Service - How we can help you to keep children safe

Online Safety: Useful Information for Children, Parents and Staff