This policy puts the safety and well-being of students at the center of Robert College’s work. 

It gives clear guidance to its employees, trustees, volunteers and interns about appropriate safeguarding practices and the appropriate response to child protection issues. 

Safeguarding students requires a coordinated approach and is everyone’s responsibility. No single person can have a full picture of a student’s needs and circumstances. In order for students and their families to receive the right help at the right time, everyone who comes into contact with them has a role to play in identifying concerns, sharing information and taking prompt action. 

There can be no greater issue of importance to parents, or to schools, then the safety of their children: safeguarding, therefore, remains a priority across all aspects of Robert College’s work. The school maintains an attitude of “it could happen here”, where safeguarding and child protection are concerned, because this will help all members of the Robert College community to always be vigilant and provide the very best level of care. 

Robert College will provide a safe, welcoming, caring, positive and stimulating environment that promotes the social, physical and psychological development of the individual student, free from discrimination or bullying, where students can learn, develop their skills, explore new avenues, and follow their academic and/or co-curricular passions. We strive for a culture of openness, where both students and adults feel secure, able to talk, and believe that they are being listened to. 

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