Camp Beaumont, as part of the Inspiring Learning family, acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and OFSTED requirements.

You can view our full Inspiring Learning safeguarding policy below which recognises that the welfare and interests of the children are paramount in all circumstances.

Safe Recruiting

Camp Beaumont operate a very strict recruitment process ensuring all necessary checks are completed to ensure all employees are suitable to work with children.

All job offers issued are subject to two satisfactory references from a previous employer, teacher or lecturer and a Disclosure Baring Service (DBS) check, formally Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check. Should the candidates references or DBS check not satisfy the Camp Beaumont and OFSTED guidelines then the offer of employment will be withdrawn at this point.

Throughout employment all staff and management are subject to regular observations to monitor performance and extra training where required to ensure staff are maintaining outstanding levels of safeguarding processes.

Speak up, speak out

At each camp location, we ensure that our Designated Safeguarding Lead is at hand at all times. Our 'Speak Up, Speak Out' logos appear on the badges of all our trained team members and our campaign posters can be found around each camp.

While young campers are in our care we encourage openness, we're qualified to listen and we encourage expression – we can either help our campers seek an appropriate route or point them in the right direction for assistance.

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"Our 5 year old can be shy and unwilling to try new things but we were delighted with how he skipped in to camp every day."

Parent, Easter Camps 2021
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