Your safety at Morley (Safeguarding and Prevent)
At Morley College London we have a team of trained professionals at each centre who are there to keep you safe and well. We want all our students to fell that they can come to college and not feel anxious or afraid because of things that are happening to them either at college or at home.
You can talk to any member of college staff about any concerns you have. Everyone at the College is here to help, they don’t have to be a member of the safeguarding team to listen to your concerns. If you or one of your classmates is at risk, please let us know. We can help.
The safeguarding team can be contacted via email@example.com They will respond to your email between the hours of 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday when the college is open.
Report an incident or concern
If you would like to report an incident or concern anonymously you can do so via the Whisper Form which can be found at: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/whisper-reporting/
The safeguarding team can help if you:
• Feel threatened
• Are being bullied
• Are being harassed
• Are being abused or neglected
• Are being exposed to radicalisation or extremism
The team will support you and provide you with the appropriate advice and help. This might be internal help for example from the Mental Health and Wellbeing Team or Additional Learning Support Team, or external support, for example, taking advice and guidance from a local authority, Single Point of Access or the emergency services. The Safeguarding Team will make external referrals as appropriate.
There are posters of the names of the safeguarding team at each of the centres and here are links the the teams online:
The Safeguarding Teams take part in additional specific subject training and run internal training for staff and workshops for students. The College takes advice and guidance from the Safeguarding Teams on complex cases from the local authority where the student lives, as well as seeking advice from local authority Single Point of Access Services.
The College can support students internally via:
- The Safeguarding Team and Tutors
- Mental Health and Wellbeing Team
- Counselling (Level 3+)
- Community Living Well
- Student Progress Advisers
Prevent is part of the UK’s counter-terrorism strategy, preventing people from becoming involved in terrorism or supporting terrorism. The College has a responsibility to recognise when someone may be becoming involved in or supporting terrorism, and to offer support and make external referrals where necessary.
If you have a Prevent concern about one of your classmates, or you have concerns about information or materials you have been exposed to please speak to a member of the Safeguarding Team firstname.lastname@example.org or any member of the College. We are all here to help.
The Safeguarding Team will respond to your email between the hours of 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday when the college is open. If you would like to report an incident or concern anonymously you can do so via the Whisper Form which can be found at: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/whisper-reporting/
Safeguarding and Prevent Policy
The College has a Safeguarding and Prevent Policy which details the responsibilities of the College in more detail.