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Resilience - Empower - Achieve - Courage - Honesty

REACH Learning Provision is committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of all students. In this section, we will outline how we prioritise the well-being and security of every student within our learning community.


At REACH Learning Provision, we understand that creating a safe and nurturing environment is paramount for optimal academic and personal development.

Our commitment to safeguarding extends across every facet of our provision, encompassing students, staff, and visitors alike. We adhere to rigorous policies and procedures that are designed to ensure a protective and inclusive atmosphere conducive to learning and growth.


Comprehensive Policies

We have crafted and regularly update our safeguarding policies to align with the latest industry standards and legislative requirements. These policies outline our commitment to promoting a culture of safety and respect.

Trained Professionals

Our staff members undergo thorough training on safeguarding practices, equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary to recognise, respond to, and prevent potential safeguarding concerns. This includes awareness of signs of abuse, effective communication, and appropriate reporting procedures.

Open Communication Channels

We foster an environment that encourages open communication. Students, staff, and parents are encouraged to share any concerns they may have, ensuring that potential issues are addressed promptly and with sensitivity.

Robust Recruitment Procedures

Our commitment to safeguarding begins with the recruitment process. We implement stringent background checks for all staff, ensuring that those who interact with our students are of the highest integrity and commitment to safety.

Collaboration with External Agencies

We work closely with relevant external agencies and professionals to enhance our safeguarding measures. This collaborative approach ensures a comprehensive and informed response to any safeguarding issues that may arise.

Education and Awareness Programs

We believe in the power of education to prevent and address safeguarding concerns. REACH conducts regular awareness programs for students, staff, and parents to promote a shared understanding of the importance of safeguarding.

By prioritising safeguarding in education, we aim to create an environment where everyone feels secure, valued, and empowered to achieve their full potential. At REACH, we are dedicated to providing not just academic excellence, but a foundation of safety and support for a well-rounded educational experience.

If you have any Safeguarding concerns, please contact us as soon as possible using the communication channels below.


0115 9161454


Ellis Bone 
(Deignated Safeguarding Lead)

Corrine Scott
(Deputy Safeguarding Lead)


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