THRIFTWOOD SCHOOL AND COLLEGE IS RECRUITING
Vacancy: Learning Mentor - 30.58 hours per week
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Thriftwood School & College are asking for the support and understanding of everyone in order to help minimise the risk of COVID-19.
Thriftwood continues to take guidance from Public Health England.
We apologise for not being able to give you our usual warm welcome, but we must take the current situation very seriously and look after the welfare of our pupils and staff. With that in mind, we are following the guidelines and will only be accepting external visitors who provide a professional service for our young people (e.g. social workers and healthcare professionals). Unfortunately at this time, we are unable to offer prospective parental visits. However, please visit the virtual tours on the school and college sites respectively.
Please click HERE to visit the news page for more information.
Safeguarding our students is a priority at Thriftwood. Our policies and practices ensure that our students are monitored effectively and are able to develop in a safe and supportive environment.
At Thriftwood, we follow Essex Guidelines for Child Protection (SET), found at Essex Safeguarding Children Board.
All volunteers and visitors should be aware of our procedures for safeguarding children. Our policies include:
At Thriftwood School: Child Protection(1), Safeguarding & PREVENT Facilitator - Claudia Childs, Deputy Headteacher - School, email: email@example.com
At Thriftwood College: Child Protection(1), Safeguarding & PREVENT Facilitator - Lisa Walker, Assistant Headteacher - College, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Protection (2) - Janine Cavey, Home School Liaison - College, email: email@example.com
Child Protection (2) - Mina Hussain, Home School Liaison - School, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Governor for Safeguarding - Sally Lockyer, email: email@example.com
Should you have any queries about Safeguarding at Thriftwood, please contact any of the above.
Education against Hate - Please follow the link to a new, interactive website created by HM Government, The Home Office and DfE to support parents, teachers and school when education againist radicalisation and extremism. Please click HERE
Thriftwood Supports CEOP: The Thinkuknow website www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents contains lots of information, advice and guidance to educate children and young people in order to keep the whole family safe on the internet. We recommend you follow the link above and discuss the content with your family. The Thinkuknow website also contains advice for parents regarding being social online www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/articles/parents-guide-being-social-online/
If you wish to report online bullying or abuse, please click the following link to CEOP: http://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
A range of policies can be found on our Policies Tab, including those relating to safeguarding.
The Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service (ECFWS) is delivered by Virgin Care Limited in partnership with Barnardo’s, to deliver children and family services across Essex, including local children’s community health provision. Services are commissioned by Essex County Council and West Essex CCG, and work closely with partners within education to change outcomes for children and young people.
Every month, they promote and support specific local, national, and international campaigns by providing information and resources to schools, communities, and organisations that can improve health and wellbeing for all.
March 2021 Family Bulletin - Child Exploitation