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Safeguarding: Child Protection (including vulnerable adults)

Our Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adult Policy states that:

Ravensbourne regards the welfare of children and vulnerable adults as paramount and takes seriously its statutory duty and moral responsibility to ensure that, in all its activities and functions, robust measures exist to safeguard children and vulnerable adults and to protect them from harm or abuse. Ravensbourne is committed to meeting its duty to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults within its community or whom it comes into contact with through activities and events. Ravensbourne aims to maintain a safe and welcoming environment for staff, visitors, children and vulnerable adults. This is to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. 

 

Safeguarding is a matter for everyone at Ravensbourne – staff and students alike – and we expect our community to behave responsibly to support, encourage and respect other members of our community to gain the best possible experience whilst working and studying.

Your welfare is protected throughout the college both formally and informally and here are some of the policies and procedures that exist to safeguard our community:

Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Policy

Safeguarding Concern form
Health and Safety Policy Statement

Health & Safety Management & Organisation

Health & Safety Arrangements 2016
Janet Acceptable Use Policy
Equalities and Diversities Policies and Procedures

Prevent Duty Policy and Procedures 

 

The Designated Safeguarding Leads are: 

Lucy McLeod, Head of Student Services, M: 07568 103666,  E: l.mcleod@rave.ac.uk

Jim Valentine, Deputy Head of Student Services, M: 07808 205058,  E: j.valentine@rave.ac.uk

The Designated Safeguarding Officers are:

Kevin Johnson, Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator, M: 07702 142028, E: k.johnson@rave.ac.uk

James Ward, Associate Dean - Department of Further Education & Community Engagement,  M: 07720 306987, E: james.ward@rave.ac.uk

 

If you have any concerns about your own welfare or that of another student, please contact one of the above members of staff.  You can also contact the NSPCC ’s ChildLine on 0800 1111 - a free and confidential helpline.

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