- EBC Partnership Agreement & Code of Conduct (Behaviour Policy)
- Online Safety
- Parent Partnership
At Ernest Bevin College we promote a programme of student support and well-being. This page contains links to information that can be accessed by students at the college.
If a pupil is unhappy or concerned about their own well-being or that of another pupil they should:
- Pupils can speak to their tutor, head of year or any adult in the college
- Pupils can also speak to Mr Sullivan, Ms Nelson, Mr Duncan, Mr Sarah, Mr Kay (not in photo), Mr McCarthy or Ms Dobinson, the EBC Designated Safeguarding Leads. Mr Sullivan is Senior DSL.
- Pupils can use the SHARP system, an online system to report concerns.
- Pupils should tell their parents and ask them to raise the matter with the college.
- EBC works with the LA Prevent Co-ordinator & staff are trained to recognise signs of radicalisation. Referrals will be made to the Channel Programme if appropriate. To find out more about preventing young people being drawn into terrorism, click on the link below
Educate Against Hate: Guarding against Extremism website
Students from Ernest Bevin College have been involved with the MindFull website which provides support, information and advice to young people aged 11-17 about mental health and emotional well-being. A number of students have been trained as Mindfull mentors. Click on the logo below to take you to the MindFull website.