Our commitment to safeguarding

The Access Project believes that the welfare of children within its care is paramount and that a child or young person should never experience abuse of any kind. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all adults involved in our activities to share this commitment.

Safeguarding measures at The Access Project

Adults working with young people on The Access Project are subject to assessment, including an enhanced DBS check that is repeated every three years and two reference checks. They are trained in their safeguarding responsibilities and child protection before commencing work with students.

We have a Head of Safeguarding and safeguarding team who can offer support with any safeguarding issues that arise, and we work closely with our partner schools to keep our students safe.

You can download our safeguarding policy below.

Getting in touch about safeguarding

Our safeguarding team can be contacted at
E: stayingsafe@theaccessproject.org.uk
T: Office and Main Safeguarding number: 020 4513 5999 (+1 for safeguarding)