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Ravensbourne takes its statutory duty and moral responsibility very seriously, and student welfare is our top priority. We have taken robust measures to safeguard children and adults and protect them from harm, in all of our activities and functions.
Students can read more about our safeguarding approach on the safeguarding intranet pages.
Contacting Ravensbourne with a safeguarding issue should not prevent you from contacting emergency services. In any situation where you feel a student or another member of the public is in immediate danger please contact 999.
If you have any concerns about your own welfare or that of another student please contact one of Ravensbourne’s designated safeguarding leads.
Head of Student Services07568 103666[email protected]
Deputy Head of Student Services07808 205058[email protected]
Your welfare is protected throughout the college both formally and informally and here are some of the policies and procedures that exist to safeguard our community:
You can also contact the NSPCC’s ChildLine on 0800 1111 - a free and confidential helpline.
You may also want to return to our Concerns and Complaints homepage if your issue does not relate to safeguarding.
Ravensbourne University London
6 Penrose Way
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