It is important that all young people at St. John’s stay safe, are happy and enjoy life.
If you have a concern about how you have been treated or someone has hurt you, you need to ask for help straight away.
St. John’s has a team of people who will make sure that you get the help you need. They are called the safeguarding team. Find out who they are:
We are all responsible for safeguarding
Staff at St. John’s School and College work together to ensure that within all learning and residential environments human values are promoted. All students and staff are protected from harassment, bullying, and discrimination. All forms of equality are promoted whereby there is a fostering of understanding and respect for people of all faiths (or those with no faith), races, genders, ages, disability, and sexual orientations.
St. John’s has very effective safeguarding practices and will take guided preventative measures to protect young people from the risk of radicalisation, extremism and forms of abuse, grooming and bullying. Young people are assessed and closely monitored with their use of the internet and educated in the risks associated with using social media sites.
Useful Safeguarding Links:
- Knife Crime and Criminal Exploitation leaflet.Click here.
- East Sussex Channel Information for Parents and Carers. Click here.
- Keeping SAFE Leaflet for Young People. Click here.
Safeguarding Manager & Designated Safeguarding Lead
I train staff in Safeguarding; Boundaries; Prevent Duty; FGM and the Code of Conduct and thoroughly enjoy inducting new staff who are joining our organisation. We pride ourselves in maintaining high standards of safeguarding for all of those who are part of St. John’s. Safeguarding is, of course, everyone’s responsibility!