Northern Ballet is committed to creating and maintaining the safest and most supportive possible environment for all children, young people and vulnerable adults that engage with our work.
We believe the welfare and happiness of our participants is paramount, regardless of age, culture, disability, gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs and/or sexual identity and we aim to provide safe training, participatory and creative opportunities for everyone we work with.
It is everyone’s responsibility to support the children, young people and vulnerable adults we work with and therefore, all staff who work with children and young people receive training on how best to support them and have current DBS certificates.
Our Safeguarding Policy details our commitment to protecting the safety and welfare of our participants. Designated Safeguarding Leads have primary responsibility for the policy and co-chair the Northern Ballet Safeguarding Committee.
The Safeguarding Committee
Board Level member
Director level Member / Designated Safeguarding Lead
Director of Learning
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Academy Graduate & Associate Manager
Designated Safeguarding Officers
Open Programme Manager and Student Support Coordinator
Learning Project Manager
Child Protection Champions
Studio Technical Manager
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