Your wellbeing is of paramount importance to us; we have a Safeguarding and Wellbeing Officer who will work with you and support you whether you’re under 18 or a mature learner.
We work with leading organisations to promote our college as a safe learning community as we believe you should never feel hurt or abused by other people. However, if you are worried about any form of abuse (e.g. physical, sexual, emotional, neglect or discrimination in any form) then please speak to the Safeguarding and Wellbeing Officer.
If you currently have a Social Worker or have other support services working with you, please liaise with our Safeguarding and Wellbeing Officer who is able to make arrangements to attend multi-agency meetings outside or at the college.
You are encouraged to contribute to the wellbeing and equality agendas at college through the Learner Assembly and the college’s equality groups. We want you to be happy whilst studying at the college, if you are worried or concerned about anything related to your safety or wellbeing, let us know.
For further information, please contact:
Click here to read our Safeguarding Children (Young People) and Vulnerable Adults