OFSTED officially recognises that SPS meets its responsibilities to safeguard learners. As a result, learners are safe and feel safe. (2019)
Safeguarding is about doing everything we can to make sure all our learners and staff are safe and protected from harm. It is important to us that our learners are treated with respect and dignity and feel safe and listened to.
SPS has a dedicated Safeguarding Team of trained professionals who can offer advice and guidance. We follow the government’s statutory guidance and pride ourselves on going above and beyond to make SPS a safe, happy and thriving environment for all.
Everyone who works for SPS, or represents us, will
The term safeguarding can apply to a wide variety of potentially harmful situations or incidents, including themes such as physical abuse, mental health disorders, radicalisation and substance misuse. You can find a full list of safeguarding terminology and their definitions by clicking here
SPS has a robust Safeguarding Policy, which is updated regularly through the year
Prevent is about safeguarding people from the threat of terrorism. SPS has an important role to play in protecting learners from the risk of extremism and radicalisation, underpinned by The Counter Terrorism & Security Act 2015, which states that Training Providers have a statutory duty “to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.”
SPS work closely with communities and partner agencies to safeguard vulnerable individuals from any background who might be at risk from radicalisation.
We are here to help if you have any Safeguarding or Prevent concerns about you, or someone close to you. Learners can telephone our Safeguarding Team on 01438 537 499 or email their concerns to email@example.com.
Alternatively, contact us confidentially by completing the form below