Ensuring the safety and well-being of students at Meadowbrook College is our top priority and, therefore, we have policies and procedures which surround the issue of safeguarding young people.
Safeguarding means that we aim to ensure the well-being of students both emotionally and physically, and will take steps in order to ensure that you are not at risk, either personally or from others.
At Meadowbrook College we have a team approach to safeguarding, and students with concerns should speak to any one of our memebers of staff but we do have a designated Safeguarding Team specially trained to help you if you would like to talk to someone specifically.
- Caroline Duncan (email@example.com)
- Jo Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Jacqui West (email@example.com)
- Elaine Kinnell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Susy Morgan (email@example.com)
- Nick Lacey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Cheryl West (email@example.com)
- Ann McIlwraith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Sarah Green (email@example.com)
WHAT TO DO IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU or Another YOUNG PERSON IS AT RISK
If you are a student at the school
- Tell a member of staff about it, if you’re in school
- Tell your parent about it, if you’re at home
- Call Childline (0800 1111) or The Samaritans (08457 909090). Childline is free to call from any phone.
If you are a parent
- You can contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead or Deputy Leads at the school on:
- 01865 253198 (Oxford)
- 01295 250571 (West Bar)
- 01235 520044 (The Orchard)
these websites will provide you with further information and support