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Safeguarding

We regard the safety of all of our A level and GCSE students to be of paramount importance.  We follow the Safer Recruitment procedures in making staff appointments.  In addition, security staff ensure that the College is a safe environment in which to study and relax.

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)
Designated Teacher for children in Care
Nedaa Belal (Head of GCSE)
T: 020 7221 6665 Ext 113                                Out-of-Hours contact no.: 020 3220 0331
Room A101                                                      E: nedaa@davidgame-group.com

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)
Rachel Sherman (Vice Principal)
T: 020 7221 6665 Ext 115                                Out-of-Hours contact no.: 020 3220 0332           
Room A106                                                      E: rachelsherman@davidgame-group.com

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)
Julia Cushnir (Head of Sixth Form)
T : 020 7221 6665 Ext 105
Room A04                                                        E: j.cushnir@davidgamecollege.com

 

Please click here to download our Safeguarding Policy.

For our Out of Hours Emergency Contact information please click here.

Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) Part I
Please take a moment to read Keeping Children Safe in Education. Click here to read more. 

Please click here to download our statement on Slavery and Human Trafficking.


Radicalisation Statement 

Radicalisation is the process by which a person comes to support terrorism and extremist ideologies. If you are worried someone close to you is becoming radicalised act early and seek help. The sooner you reach out, the quicker the person you care about can be protected from being groomed and exploited by extremists.

Police forces across the country have specially trained Prevent officers who work with professionals in health, education, local authorities and charities, as well as faith and community groups to help vulnerable people move away from extremism. They are here to listen and offer help and advice. Receiving support is voluntary.

Friends and family are best placed to spot the signs, so trust your instincts and share your concerns in confidence.

They can help if you act early. You won't be wasting police time and you won’t ruin lives, but you might save them.  

To find out more about how to help someone close to you visit actearly.uk

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