GBS has a legal responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of any students, colleagues, or visitors who may be at risk of harm (Safeguarding). We also have a legal obligation to help prevent individuals from being radicalised (Prevent).
Our aim is to safeguard the safety and wellbeing of our students who may be at risk of harm, whilst at the same time protecting freedom of speech and embedding a commitment to the promotion of positive learning and community relations. With this aim in mind, we will:
Global Banking School (GBS) is committed to providing support to all students and staff. We recognise our duty to prevent anyone at risk from being drawn into unlawful activities such as terrorism and identifying vulnerabilities.
GBS does not aim to discriminate against any part of the school community and is careful to ensure that its approach is fair. Our main focus on the Prevent programme is to emphasise the use of existing processes providing welfare, support and advice to students or staff.
This is not about identifying ‘extremism’ but identifying general behaviour changes that may indicate individuals require different types of further support and knowing how to refer those individuals.
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