What is Safeguarding?
Safeguarding is the overarching term used to describe the protection of the health, well-being, and human rights of individuals.
Do I need to support?
You can reach out for Safeguarding support if you have any mental, emotional, or physical concerns about yourself or someone you know. Some examples of safeguarding concerns might be quite extreme and clear like exposure to violence, illegal substances or drastic changes to mental health. Other concerns might be more vague but this doesn’t mean you should ignore them. If you notice changes to your mental health like experiencing anxiety that might impact your ability to enjoy your day-to-day life, you should consider reaching out for support.
Look out for each other!
If you think a colleague, classmate or friend might be struggling, you can raise this with our Safeguarding team.
No issue is too small. You can book an appointment with our Safeguarding Lead, Kelly Little, to talk through any concerns.
Our Safeguarding contacts:
Kelly Little (Safeguarding Lead)
If your concern is urgent, please contact the relevant emergency services by dialling 999