Medical Needs Teaching Service

"The quality of teaching, including in the Home and Hospital Teaching Service (now called the Medical Needs Teaching Service), is outstanding so students make excellent progress". - Ofsted 2012

Child Protection / Safeguarding

Child Protection / Safeguarding
 

The MNTS is committed to the highest standards in protecting and safeguarding the welfare of the children and young people entrusted to its care at all times. The service fully supports and operates the East SILC policy and procedures on this matter.

See Policies and Guidance section.


 

Sports clubs and activity centres
It’s important for parents/ carers to check that any sports club or activity that their child attends has their child’s safety as its priority. Even if the club seems professional, there are questions that parents and carers should ask to make sure that they have all the necessary safeguarding measures in place.

A leaflet has been created to help parents and carers ask the relevant questions, please click on the link to the Leeds Safeguarding Children Board website for information. 
http://www.leedslscb.org.uk/Parents-Carers-Wider-Family/Safeguarding-in-sports


 

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