We are fully committed to safeguarding our students, staff and visitors and have a dedicated team of expert safeguarding staff to offer advice and support.
Safeguarding is designed to protecting vulnerable children, young people and adults from harm and abuse.
Prevent is safeguarding from the threat of terrorism. Colleges have an important role to play in preventing vulnerable people from being involved in radicalisation.
We have developed a framework with a series of processes that will support a positive outcome and create and maintain a safe learning environment. We have a designated safeguarding lead and a team of expert staff that respond to any concerns. All staff working with students also receive up-to-date safeguarding and prevent training.
If you have any concerns for your own safety and welfare, or the safety and welfare of another student, see your Personal Tutor immediately or one of the Safeguarding team.
Department for Education (DfE) capital investment in Hartlepool Sixth Form will take its provision of technical qualifications to a new level
October 11, 2022
Hundreds of Hartlepool Sixth Form students have secured a place at university after receiving their A-Level and vocational exam results.
September 6, 2022
Students at Hartlepool Sixth Form are celebrating after discovering that they have gained the grades to achieve their future ambitions.
August 18, 2022