Student Wellbeing and Safeguarding
From your first day at College you will have a Study Programme Tutor (SPT) and you can talk to them, or another teacher, about any worries or concerns you may have. The College also has a team of Wellbeing Mentors who are available to offer practical support and advice for more challenging issues. They may offer a number of one-to-one meetings with you or signpost you to a specialist service who can help. Discussions with your Wellbeing Mentor are usually confidential unless we need to talk to someone else to help to keep you or others safe.
THE WELLBEING TEAM CAN PROVIDE SUPPORT WITH AND/OR SIGNPOSTING FOR:
WELLBEING DROP IN SESSIONS (Term Time Only)
Drop-In sessions are for advice & information, referrals to an external agency, and signposting to campus group sessions. We run regular drop in sessions at each of our campuses during the term:
LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN
If you are a Looked After Child (LAC) you will have access to 1:1 support from one of our Safeguarding Managers. Your allocated staff member will act as an advocate for you with any issues you may encounter on your course and will attend meetings with external services around how you are getting on at College.
We have a designated team to protect our students and actively promote safeguarding.
If you are at college and you feel you, or a fellow student, are in immediate risk of danger or harm, please call the Safeguarding Emergency Number for your campus (Mon-Fri 09:00am - 5:00pm Term Time only).