South Gloucestershire & Stroud Academy Trust (SGSAT) is committed to prioritising and promoting safeguarding and protecting all children, young people and vulnerable adults from harm, whatever their age, culture, disability, gender, language, race, religion/belief and/or sexual orientation. SGSAT also aspires to support all students as far as it is able to do so.
South Gloucestershire & Stroud Academy Trust (SGSAT) is proud of our commitment to social justice, equality of opportunity, mutual respect and tolerance.
In developing our students to be effective citizens in a democratic society, it is essential that SGSAT continues its commitment to promote open debate and freedom of speech and expression, whilst recognising the need to challenge prejudice, eliminate discrimination and prevent radicalisation.
It is our duty to safeguard our students and staff; empowering them to protect themselves from harm. The Prevent duty is therefore an integral part of the SGSAT’s Safeguarding Children, Young People & Vulnerable Adults policy and procedure.
Educate Against Hate, Safeguarding Advice & Support
Keeping Bristol Communities Safe Against Radicalisation & Extremism
Home Office National Prevent Referral Form
Home Office National Prevent Referral Form PDF