Safeguarding

The Hogarth Charitable Trust has a responsibility to protect & safeguard all children / young people and vulnerable adults who attend the Hogarth Community Centre.

  • The Hogarth Charitable Trust promotes the well-being of all children / young people and vulnerable adults.
  • We require all licensees, users and visitors to the Centre to follow our safeguarding rules at all times – there are no exceptions.
  • A copy of our safeguarding rules is available upon request. If a user or visitor is unclear about any rule they must seek clarity from the Designated Safeguarding Officer / Deputy.
  • The Designated Safeguarding Officer / Deputy have the right to approach anyone inside the Hogarth Community Centre and outside the Centre during external activities, in order to safeguard children / young people. At the point of contact you must adhere to the instructions that you have been given by them.
  • All licensees who work with children / young people and vulnerable adults, must have their own safeguarding policy which must be evidenced to the Centre Manager when signing a license agreement to use the Centre. Licensees must enforce their safeguarding policy and also abide by the Centre’s safeguarding rules at all times.
  • Any licensee who breaches our safeguarding rules may have their license agreement terminated.
  • Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility – we must work together to ensure the well-being of children / young people and vulnerable adults.
  • If you have any concern about a child / young person and/or vulnerable adult, please contact the Designated Safeguarding Officer or the Deputy Officer to share your concern – their contact details are given below, thank you.
Denny2
Designated Safeguarding Officer
for the Hogarth Charitable Trust
Denny Anthony

denny.anthony@hogarthtrust.org.uk
07579 042910

Naomi2
Deputy Safeguarding Officer
for the Hogarth Charitable Trust
Naomi Alleyne

naomi.alleyne@hogarthtrust.org.uk
07579 042912