Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults
If anyone has any concerns about a child or young person at St George's Church they should not hesitate to speak to the Parish Safeguarding Officer, Freda Jackson 07977901039 or the vicar, Rev'd Martine Crabtree 01924 787801 or by using the form in the right hand column of this page.
If you have concerns about the behaviour of an adult or the treatment of a vulnerable adult please contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer Freda Jackson 07977901039 or the vicar Rev'd Martine Crabtree 01924 787801. They will listen seriously to your concerns and take action as appropriate.
Children and Young People
At St George's Church we enjoy working with our children and young people and we take our responsibilities to care for them very seriously. All adults working with children and young people have been cleared through the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB) and there is training to ensure that everyone understands their responsibility when they are working with children. We follow diocesan guidelines about ratios of adults to children and other health and safety factors.
The PCC reviews the Child Protection Policy annually. The support and guidance from the Diocese ensures that we are up to date and vigilant to keep all our children and young people safe.
If you click on the links below you will find the Church of England policy for Child Protection and also the documents needed to ensure children and young people are well looked after when taking part in church activities.
We will also meet vulnerable adults in many situations. St George's Church follows the diocesan policy and procedures for working with Vulnerable Adults and our policy is found on this page. If you have any concerns about the care of a particular adult please contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer Freda Jackson or the vicar Rev'd Martine Crabtree using the form in the right hand column of this page. They will listen to your concerns and take action as appropriate.
If you click on this link you can read about the Church of England policy and procedures for keeping people safe.