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Safeguarding

The health, safety and wellbeing of all our students and staff at The Marvell College are paramount. Our priority is to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. Staff at The Marvell College have a statutory responsibility to share any concerns they may have about a child in need of protection with other agencies and, in particular, with Children’s Social Care, Police or Health. 

The Designated Safeguarding Leads at Marvell College are:

Lisa Allen -Senior Assistant Headteacher                                                 

Maria Stead - Assistant Headteacher

What to do if you have a concern about a child attending The Marvell College:

During school hours: Contact the school and speak to the Child Protection Coordinators. For students in Years 7-9 please contact Julie Trotter. For students in Years 10 and 11, Jill Myers on 01482 799132

or Contact the Access and Assessment team for Hull on 01482 448879

Out of school hours and during school holidays:

•    If your concern is urgent and there is an immediate risk of harm, then contact the police on 999.

•    If your concern is less urgent but you are worried about the welfare of the child, then contact the Access and Assessment team for Hull on 01482 448879.

•    If you have concerns about a child at The Marvell College which you believe the school needs to be aware of, then email Suzanne Wilson (Strategic Safeguarding Lead for HCAT): swilson@hcat.org.uk.  Ms Wilson will make contact with a key member of staff from the school on your behalf.

 We know that children thrive better and are able to reach their full potential when we all work closely together.  At The Marvell College we are committed to this and look forward to our continuing close partnership with you in the future. For further guidance please refer to:

Online Safety

As a parent/carer, the world of online safety can be confusing and overwhelming. There is so much information out there and often the children are so much further ahead in their understanding. E-Safety is just as important as teaching your child about stranger danger or what to do in a fire. As a school we promote e-safety in all aspects of ICT usage. Below are some useful links for national organisations which offer practical advice and guidance on how to keep your child safe on-line.  

Outlook