Safeguarding means looking out for and trying to protect others in our community who are vulnerable, or may be at risk of harm. If you think that someone is at risk, you need to raise an alarm. Everyone can make a difference.
If you have safeguarding concerns you can tell a member of staff or contact our Designated Safeguarding Officer, Assistant Principal Lisa Potter on 07966 189 883 / 0118 937 3605 / email@example.com. You can also email Safeguarding.Adults@reading.gov.uk.
Our policy outlines how New Directions College and staff will fulfil their duty to investigate and refer allegations of abuse concerning adults. It also sets out its responsibilities to carry out the Prevent duty to have due regard to prevent people being drawn into terrorism as outlined in the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015.
If you are concerned about actions or behaviours that suggest a risk of terrorism please contact the Designated Safeguarding Officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Directions College promotes British values by challenging opinions or behaviours in college that are contrary to these values.