Safeguarding & Online Safety

Luton Adult Learning takes its safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and strives to ensure that all people using our buildings and services are kept safe from all forms of harm, in the classroom, in life and on the internet.

We are committed to providing the best and safest environment possible to ensure learners can succeed and staff can feel secure. We believe it is everyone's responsibility to:

  • Respect each other's right to feel safe

  • Treat each other fairly and with respect

  • Not to threaten, hurt or abuse others in any way

  • Follow our Prevent Duty

  • Report concerns regarding any form of abuse including Cyberbullying

Visit the pages below for more information on safeguarding:

Visit the pages below for more information about staying safe online:

Action Counters Terrorism

We would like to raise awareness of the following Government campaign:

All prevent and safeguarding concerns at work should be shared in the usual way by following our safeguarding process. This link is for things that are not related to work, learners etc.

What to do if you are worried about someone or yourself

Everyone has the right to feel safe and free from physical, emotional and financial abuse. 

If you have any concerns for yourself or others in your class, you can:

  • Tell your teacher 

  • Ask at Reception 

  • Call 01582 490033

  • Email

  • Speak to one of the Safeguarding Team

  • For out of office hours call 0300 3008123

Meet the team:

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 Veronica Prestedge


Sharon Gillas


Safeguarding & Online Safety courses available:

    Call: 01582 490033 or Contact Us to apply for a course today