Helping Shape Your Future

Since 1986

Helping Shape Your Future

Since 1986

Staying Safe

Staying safe at NWCS

Your safety is important to us

We strive for NWCS to be a safe place for everyone.

We are here to support you.

You have the right to:

  • Be Safe from any kind of harm, threats or bullying
  • Be safe when using computers, social media and the internet
  • Be safe when attending any work placement

Do not put up with:

  • Any kind of harm or abuse
  • People using social media to make you feel bad
  • People bullying, teasing or threatening you in any way
  • People trying to make you do things you don’t want to

You have responsibility to:

  • Show respect to other students, staff and visitors
  • Not threaten, harm or abuse others

If you don’t feel safe:

  • Tell someone as soon as possible – contact one of our named Safeguarding Officers or make sure you tell your Training Officer

Named Safeguarding Officers:

  • Paul Sheron – Safeguarding Lead, Prevent Lead

    0151 521 5888 ext 125, 07795 386 360

  • Annette Swinnerton – Mental Health Lead, Deputy Safeguarding Officer
  • 0151 521 5888 ext 120, 07896 127 866

  • Sylvia Jones – Deputy Safeguarding Officer

    0151 521 5888 ext 122, 07980 126 245

Abuse, bullying, extremist behaviour or intimidation will not be tolerated

If you would like to speak to our safeguarding team about any of the related issues; or if you have any Safeguarding concerns, please contact a member of the team.

Paul Sheron

Paul Sheron

Safeguarding &
Prevent Lead

paul-sheron@nwcsltd.uk
tel: 0151 521 5888
mobile: 07548 840156

Annette Swinnerton

Annette Swinnerton

Deputy Safeguarding Officer /
Mental Health Lead

annette-swinnerton@nwcsltd.uk
tel: 0151 521 5888
mobile: 07821 640 050

Sylvia Jones

Call us now on 0151 521 5888

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