The safety and wellbeing of our students and staff is of upmost importance at St Aloysius’ College. We fully comprehend our responsibility to promote the welfare of all children and young people and to keep them safe. We believe that ensuring our students feel safe is fundamental in enabling them to achieve their potential. We are committed to providing an environment where children can play, learn, develop and achieve, and where they are safeguarded, supported and are enabled to disclose if they are being harmed in some way.
Our Safeguarding Team
Ms P Whyte
Ms A Garrib
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Ms A Ingabire
Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Ms A Garrib
If you have any safeguarding concerns please contact our safeguarding team immediately.
The safeguarding team can be contacted via email email@example.com or by calling the main reception on 020 7561 7800 and asking to speak to a member of the safeguarding team.
All staff are provided with comprehensive safeguarding policies and are trained to ensure St Aloysius’ College is a safe environment. Both teaching and non-teaching staff are aware of their responsibilities to our students, and the procedures involved in protecting and nurturing individuals. All safeguarding policies are regularly reviewed and staff receive regular training refreshers to ensure the best practices and procedures are in place.
We also have a wealth of supplementary guides and additional information available upon request which give more detailed advice surrounding specific safeguarding issues to aid staff, parents/carers and students in approaching and acting upon concerns.
A multitude of charities and organisations also offer information and guidance on safeguarding issues. You may find the following links useful:
Covers a wide range of safeguarding and child issues
Information & advice about mental health & other issues affecting young people
Online safety advice, age appropriate guidance
Domestic abuse support
Identifying, preventing and overcoming Child Exploitation
Educate Against Hate
Keeping children safe from radicalisation, extremism and hate crime