Children Safeguarding

Children safeguarding
As a business registered in the UK, we have to follow UK law and keep all young people in our care safe. All children should have a safe and enjoyable childhood, free from abuse and neglect.

All of our lessons are recorded and monitored regularly. Additionally, all of the team at Super Tutors International are DBS checked, meaning they do not have criminal records. All staff are trained in recognising the signs of abuse and neglect so that they are able to share any concerns with our dedicated safeguarding lead. 
If concerns are raised to us about the welfare of a child receiving lessons with us, we have a legal duty to report this to our local authority for further investigation.

Our actions in these are governed by the following laws:
  • 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 Freedoms Act 2012
  • Relevant government guidance on safeguarding children

Working in partnership with young people, parents and other agencies is sometimes necessary to ensure that the young person is kept safe and free from harm at all times. 
We will ensure that all information stored about our clients is kept in a manner which complies with the GDPR data protection policies and will act with the upmost discretion/confidentiality to protect our clients’ information.