SAFEGUARDING POLICY

Our roles and responsibilities

LSBC recognises our legal and moral duty to promote the well-being of young adults, protect them from harm and respond to safeguarding concerns. Through their day-to-day contact with pupils and correspondence with schools and families, the staff at the school have a role to play in noticing safeguarding concerns and working with parents, schools and appropriate agencies.

LSBC have a responsibility for the care, welfare and safety of the pupils receiving our service. We will carry out this duty through our teaching and learning, extra-curricular activities, pastoral care and extended school activities. In order to achieve this all members of staff in working with LSBC, in whatever capacity, will at all times act proactively in child welfare matters. Where there is a possibility that a child / student may be at risk of harm we will act immediately.

Safeguarding Policy Statement

LSBC aims to assure the safe and secure education provision for all its pupils. Safeguarding the welfare of its pupils is part of our core business and all staff must be aware of their responsibilities in this regard.

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