Safeguarding LEARNERSThe Institute Group recognises that it has statutory and moral duty towards safeguarding the welfare of its learners - they should feel safe and will be supported if any concerns are raised.
Safeguarding for allPhysical safety, mental health, relationships, substance misuse, bullying, sexual health, cyber bullying, social networking.
The Grimsby Institute is committed to creating and maintaining a safe environment for young people, vulnerable adults and ensuring that action is taken to support them if any concerns are raised.
Safeguarding at Grimsby Institute is about making sure everyone is safe from harm and we all have a part to play:
We all have a right to feel safe from harm – this may be :
What you can do :
Institute staff can provide access to support and help you deal with many issues affecting your safety and wellbeing. So, if there is time when you have concerns, are unhappy or you are worried about the welfare of another student there is always some one you can talk to.
Please remember, whoever you speak to may in turn refer you to the Institute's Safeguarding Officer for further guidance.
If there is a serious issue which may result in serious harm being cause to someone, then she may have to consult appropriate outside agencies and act accordingly.
Students should be assured that all disclosures and/or reports of concerns or suspicions will be taken seriously and dealt with sensitively and respectfully in accordance with the relevant local guidelines.
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