Every person has the right to live free from abuse, neglect, and fear.
YOUR SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY!!
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Here at Kingdom college, we are committed to provide you with a safe learning environment, believe the safeguarding and wellbeing our learners of paramount importance.
All staff at Kingdom College have the responsibility to safeguard you.
To Speak to the Safeguarding team contact here:
0203 649 6324, email@example.com
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What is Prevention?
Prevent is about safeguarding individuals from being drawn into terrorism, ensuring those vulnerable to extremist and terrorist narratives are given appropriate advice and support at an early stage.
What is Safeguarding?
Safeguarding means protecting people’s health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.
We understand that any of our learners may experience outcomes or barriers to their learning which may be a cause for concern.
It is our responsibility to
- Protect learners from maltreatment.
- Prevent impairment of learners’ health or development.
- Ensure that learners are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care.
- Promote a safe environment free from violence.
Kingdom College endeavours to prevent all abusive situations, abuse can be described as:
Physical Abuse: This can include hitting, slapping, pushing, kicking, inappropriate restraint or sanction, misuse of medication or any other physical harm to vulnerable people.
Neglect: Neglect is a persistent or severe failure to meet the vulnerable person’s basic needs and may include ignoring medical and or physical care needs, failure to provide access to appropriate health, social care, and or educational services. Neglect will also include withholding medication adequate nutrition and heating.
Sexual Abuse: This includes rape, and sexual assault or the vulnerable person participating in or being coerced into participating in or watching sexual activity. It is not necessary for the vulnerable person to be aware that the activity is sexual, and the apparent consent of the vulnerable person is irrelevant.
Emotional Abuse: Emotional abuse will include emotional abuse, threats of harm or abandonment, deprivation of contact, harassment, isolation and or withdrawal of services of supportive networks.
Discriminatory Abuse: Discriminatory abuse includes racist and sexual abuse that is based upon the individual’s disability. Racist, sexist and religious abuse are all too common and leave victims feeling marginalised and unwanted. Discriminatory abuse may be on the rise but can promote a culture of inclusion.
Financial Abuse: Financial abuse relates to the unauthorised and improper use of funds, money or resources belonging to the individual.
Institutional Abuse:Institutional abuse includes the practice of an abusive regime or culture which destroys the dignity and respect to which every person is entitled. It is the mistreatment of people brought about by poor or inadequate care or support, and poor practice that affects the whole setting. It occurs when the individual’s wishes and needs are sacrificed for the smooth running of a group, service or organisation.
Domestic Abuse :Domestic abuse is a much broader category. In fact, domestic abuse can involve nearly all of the categories above, from psychological persuasion to sexual and honour-based violence. Individuals suffer physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Sometimes they are forced into colluding with the violent partner; sometimes they see violence happening with someone else and feels affected.
Modern Slavery :We define modern slavery as when an individual is exploited by others, for personal or commercial gain. Whether tricked, coerced, or forced, they lose their freedom. This includes but is not limited to human trafficking, forced labour and debt bondage. Individuals are often coerced and deceived into these situations and find themselves without the means to escape.
We will always try to point you in the direction of someone who can assist you if we do not provide a particular service. This is not an exhaustive list, so please speak confidentially with one of our advisors if you require any additional information or assistance that is not listed on this website. They will be able to offer guidance and direct you to the appropriate assistance.
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