Cambridge Regional College will safeguard (look after) its students, staff and visitors. This means that staff will make sure that learners feel safe and supported whilst at college. We will also keep staff and visitors safe whilst working or visiting the College.
All Cambridge Regional College staff are responsible for safeguarding in College, regardless of role or level of contact with students, and staff are trained to take preventative and practical actions to keep everyone safe. Each student is supported by a tutor who will help them with coursework and general wellbeing. The College has a senior manager responsible for safeguarding, a Safeguarding Co-ordinator at both campuses and a number of Designated Safeguarding Personnel in Student Services, all who support students with their wellbeing and safety.
You are given information about safeguarding in College and information about how to make positive choices so that you can keep safe. You are also able to report abuse to trained Child Protection/Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adult officers, who can be contacted via Student Services (see the Contact Details tab).
The College has a number of safeguarding plans to ensure safe practices are included in the day-to-day working for our students, staff and visitors. This means that we have a range of actions to make sure that the College environment is safe.
Additional safeguarding information is available throughout these VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) pages. Information is also available on request via Student Support Services Centre at either campus. Please visit The Hub.