Safeguarding & Prevent
Children and young people have a right to expect the College to provide a safe and secure environment and a fundamental right to be protected from harm. This means everyone who encounters children and young people, have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people. If you are concerned about risk of harm to yourself, a young person or a vulnerable adult, please call the College on 01823 320800 and ask to speak with the Designated Safeguarding Lead or you can email email@example.com.
The Prevent Duty
The Prevent Duty seeks to safeguard students and staff from becoming radicalised or getting drawn into extremism or terrorism. Staff and students are trained to look for the signs of possible radicalisation but also to ensure there is freedom of expression in the College.
Prevent is part of the UK’s counter terrorism strategy: CONTEST
If there are concerns, students are encouraged to talk to their tutor or to any of our Safeguarding Leads:
- Matt Nolan – Designated Safeguarding Lead – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kate Dendle – Deputy Safeguarding Lead – email@example.com
- Elisabeth Sandy – Deputy Safeguarding Lead – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Huish offers a wide range of support opportunities for students who may find college life difficult at any time. If you are have a concern or would like further information please contact our Student Support Team via email email@example.com. View more information on Student Support.