Policies and Procedures
Statement on Safeguarding:
Oxbridge have an obligation to:
- Children Act 1989.
- United Convention of the Rights of the Child 1991.
- Data protection Act 1998.
- Sexual Offences Act 2003.
- Children Act 2004.
- Protection of Freedom Act 2012.
- Relevant government and AEGIS guidance on safeguarding children,
to protect children and young people who receive Oxbridge Guardians services and to provide staff and homestay families with the overarching principles that guide our approach to safeguarding.
What to do if you have a concern or complaint or you are unsure on what to do with respect to your child?
If there is a concern of any kind about your child, host family, our member of staff or any aspect that is related to child safeguarding and protection, then please ring the office or contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead on: +44 (0)7837778298 or firstname.lastname@example.org
‘An impressive feature of this organisation is that its interest in welfare is sincere which means that the statements it makes are therefore far more than simply mantras and are integral to its operations.’
(AEGIS Inspection Report, September 2019)
Please take the time to look through our policies and procedures for Oxbridge Guardians. These are referred to throughout our handbooks (Student, Parent, Host Family and Staff) and are in reference to UK laws).
Do you have any questions?
For any questions regarding these policies and procedures, please do contact us:
- Helen Wu, Director: email@example.com
- Steph Gilbert, Designated Safeguarding Lead: firstname.lastname@example.org