Understanding the basics of safeguarding children & young people and how St Brelade’s College sets out to achieve this.
Background checks and information required by staff and hosts before working for St Brelade’s College.
Advice for staff members, group leaders and hosts to promote the welfare of children, as well as support for young students in Jersey.
Safeguarding Policy Statement
St Brelade’s College has a duty of care to children and young people attending the school and aims to ensure that staff, group leaders, accommodation providers and other suppliers help to keep them safe. St Brelade’s College is equally committed to applying this safeguarding policy to any adults at risk attending the school. This includes:
- Providing a safe environment for young people to learn in education.
- Informing all St Brelade’s College staff of their responsibilities when working with children or young people.
- Ensuring that all staff, hosts and adult students are aware if any student is a child or young person and are also aware of any consequent procedures which are applicable.
- Identifying children or young people who are suffering or are likely to suffer significant harm and taking appropriate action with the aim of making sure they are safe in their homestays, residence, at school, at any other St Brelade’s College supervised event.
Policy reviewed: December 2020
How we deal with bullying, cyberbullying and other issues affecting children and young people whilst in Jersey.
A comprehensive guide to the principles and procedures in place at St Brelade’s College for dealing with child protection issues.
As part of our safeguarding policy, we provide training to staff which aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised.