CTS has a duty of care to all our students to safeguard and protect them.
All young people, and adults at risk, regardless of their age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief and sexual orientation or identity have the right to protection from bullying, harassment, harm or abuse.
Safeguarding Notice Boards
In England there is a law called the Children Act, which says that professionals have a
To report a safeguarding issue or concern contact:
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads
Kim Hodgson / Alix Sorsby
0114 263 6570
If a crime has been committed or an issue needs dealing with urgently you should contact the police. In an emergency dial 999 (non-emergency dial 101)
responsibility for your safety. This includes children's social care services, the police, teachers and health workers. Adults and organisations that work with children and young people promote these rights. No one is allowed to hurt you in any way.