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Bryn Tirion Hall School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the physical, mental and emotional welfare of every pupil.

The school implements a whole-school preventative approach to managing safeguarding concerns, ensuring that the wellbeing of pupils is at the forefront of all action taken.

Every member of staff and volunteers are provided with bespoke training to support them to understand their responsibilities under safeguarding legislation and statutory guidance. They are alert to the signs of child abuse, and know to refer concerns to the safeguarding leads within the school.

As part of this process the school works to support pupils on how to keep safe and recognise behaviour that is unacceptable. Staff are also alert to identify and make provision for any pupil that has been subject to, or is at risk of, abuse, neglect, or exploitation.

Bryn Tirion Hall School have been highly praised for its safeguarding provision and this has been recognised by ESTYN as being a prominent strength. We have worked hard to develop robust safeguarding practices to ensure that staff can easily record and report safeguarding instances or concerns which can then be quickly picked up and support measures put in place. The developed systems are highly effective and allow staff to identify and support vulnerable pupils. Those who are at risk of harm are provided with necessary interventions both in and out of school. We also work hard within classrooms, and via the pastoral team, to provide helpful activities for pupils to understand issues such as e-safety and the dangers of sharing personal information or images via social media sites.

The school will, in most circumstances, attempt to discuss concerns with parents or stakeholders about their children. However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with social care and/or the police without parental knowledge (in accordance with Child Protection procedures).

The school will, of course, always aim to maintain a positive relationship with all parents.

The school has developed a great understanding and awareness of issues and problems facing their pupils in today’s world. There has been an undertaking in bespoke training around Prevent, County Lines, E-safety amongst numerous other concerns which are current in today’s world. Staff are very familiar of warning signs which may be an indicator that there is a concern which needs to be highlighted with the school safeguarding officers. We believe that early intervention is often key to supporting pupils to avoid the pit falls that are easy to succumb to. Where there are concerns that have been identified then support is discussed with relevant stakeholders to ensure appropriate support is in place.

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Estyn report

Download our latest Estyn inpection report.

“The school’s provision for safeguarding pupils is a notable strength of its work.”

Estyn Report – March 2020

“Bryn Tirion Hall School provides an exceptionally caring and inclusive ethos that reflects clearly its motto of empowering pupils to ‘Change by Choice’. ”

Estyn Report – March 2020




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