Child Protection and Safeguarding

At Students4Students we believe all children have an absolute right to a childhood free from abuse, neglect or exploitation. Everyone involved in Students4Students has a duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of the children we work with.

We work closely with schools to ensure our programmes are delivered safely. All staff and volunteers receive safeguarding and child protection training. This includes understanding why safeguarding matters, being able to identify different types of abuse, becoming familiar with Students4Students policies and knowing how to respond to a suspicion or allegation.

Our policies

Here you will find a copy of our Safeguarding and Child Protection policy:

Students4Students Safeguarding Policy

Here you will find a copy of our whistle-blowing policy:

Students4Students whistle-blowing policy

Here you will find a copy of Safeguarding and Child Protection leaflet, which is given to all volunteers:

Students4Students Child Protection leaflet

Reporting concerns about the safety of a child

If you have any safeguarding concerns, please refer to our policy and follow the necessary measures as soon as possible. It is important that you do not hesitate and remember: if you are worried about the immediate safety of a child or volunteer you should contact emergency services on 999. 

Any questions or concerns about safeguarding can be directed to Students4Students safeguarding officer, Sulo Omwenga via:

If you have a complaint or allegation to make against any member of Students4Students please contact Debi Roberts, Trustee Child Safety Lead, on