Jamia Al-Hudaa Policies
This section is regarding some of the policies that are available from the reception office upon request and other policies are downloadable from the links below;
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
(The school emphasises that young people have the right to be safe, secure and free from threat. The school has procedures in place to help any young person who requests help and support on a confidential basis, in issues relating to Child Protection. We have a Designated Safeguarding Lead who deals with issues relating to Child Welfare / Protection.)
Bullying is when a person or a group of people pick on someone who feel is weaker or in some way different. Bullying can take the form of name calling, teasing, mocking, threatening some-one, taking money or property, physical abuse, sexual or racial harassment. Bullying may make someone feel unhappy, isolated, hurt, angry, frightened or unsafe. If it carries on for a long-time, it can be very depressing and even fatal. Jamia Al-Hudaa’s Anti-Bullying Policy ensures that it has a responsibility to respond promptly and effectively to the issues of bullying.
Government Guidance September 2018 - Keeping children safe for schools and colleges
Government Guidance September 2018 - Keeping children safe for all school and college staff Part 1
Information sharing July 2018 - Advice for practitioners providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers