All staff, students and apprentices at Hull College have a responsibility to promote and maintain the supportive, safe and respectful learning environment we have created here at Hull College.
We expect acceptable behaviour and conduct at all times. We want to be sure that all members of our college community have an enjoyable, safe and successful time while learning and working with us.
We do not tolerate any form of bullying, victimisation or harassment. Students or apprentices behaving in this way will be subject to the college’s behaviour and disciplinary policy and any other action deemed necessary to protect and support victims. We will also support perpetrators to ensure they understand the seriousness and consequences of their actions and, where possible, help them to change their behaviour.
We also expect our students and apprentices to behave as responsible citizens in their own communities, along with respecting the British Values of rule of law, democracy, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance.
If you have any concerns about bullying, harassment, victimisation or any other safeguarding concern, please report it to us using the form on this page.
Please note: It is really important that whilst anonymous reporting is your choice and will be respected, we are unable to respond to you and support you if you choose to do so. You can also ask to meet with the Hull College Lead and Deputy Lead Safeguarding Officer by popping into the Student Services Hub in the Chesters reception at Queen’s Gardens.
Report bullying, victimisation, sexual harassment, or any other safeguarding concern here