Safeguarding Policy

The School believes that the health, welfare and safety of children and vulnerable adults is paramount and that all people, without exception, have a human right to be protected from harm and abuse of any kind regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, gender identity, lifestyle or family make-up, or beliefs.

All concerns of potential risk to self/others and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously by staff and responded to appropriately and sensitively.

The Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy provides information about the way the School implements this work.