Safeguarding

Bryn y Deryn and the Carnegie Centre is our school and we want it to be a safe place. Staff at Bryn y Deryn and the Carnegie Centre will do everything they can to make sure you are protected and happy. To help them do this they have lots of rules to follow. 

 

Staff in school think that Safeguarding means that they should:

  • Protect you from harm;

  • Make sure nothing stops you being healthy or developing properly;

  • Make sure you are safely looked after;

  • Make sure you have the best life chances and can grow up happy and successful

Staff agree that to make sure they look after you they will:

  • Make the school a friendly, welcoming and supportive place.

  • Be there for you if you need someone to talk to and know where to find help.

  • Make sure you know how to look after yourself both online and in the real world.

  • Have all the right rules in place to help look after you.

What we will do

At Bryn y Deryn / Carnegie Centre we will help you in the following ways:

  • We will do our best to spot if there is a problem. All of the staff in the school receive training in this.

  • We will work with other people (including the people at home) to help protect you and solve any problems you may have.

  • We will listen to you if you want to talk to us and need our help. We will always take you seriously.

  • We will support and encourage you and will respect your wishes and views.

 

At Bryn y Deryn and the Carnegie Centre you can talk to any member of staff, but you should know that there are a number of staff who are responsible for making sure you are safe and well cared for. 

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