96% of students feel safe in Tute lessons

Tute is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children

If you have any safeguarding concerns, please email safeguarding@tute.com

At Tute, safeguarding is a top priority. Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and all Tute staff, not just teachers, are trained to identify and report safeguarding concerns. We believe that safeguarding our students effectively is inherently linked to the creation, implementation and continuous strengthening of a consistent safeguarding culture where young people and staff feel able and confident to express any concerns.



Tute is fully committed to the principles of safer recruitment, ensuring that safeguarding and promoting the best possible care and welfare of students is central to our recruitment process.

Our selection processes are based on good practice, selecting the best candidate for the job, ensuring equality and diversity for all applicants while excluding, or rejecting those who may be unsuitable to work with our customer base.


We expect candidates to fully understand their duties and responsibilities in relation to child protection and safeguarding children, and young people and how it relates to the post for which they have applied.


Tute is also committed to providing a supportive working environment for all members of staff. We recognise that, in order to achieve these aims, it is of fundamental importance to attract, recruit and retain staff who share our commitment.


Tute recognises its employees as being fundamental to its continued success.

Safer Recruitment



At Tute we understand the importance of keeping your data secure. This is why we have our Data Pledge and Data Protection and Information Security Policy in place. We aim to ensure that all personal data collected about staff, pupils, parents, governors, visitors and other individuals is collected, stored and processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the expected provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) as set out in the Data Protection Bill.

Data Protection



At Tute, we understand the responsibility to ensure that we are providing an education which includes e-safety and educate students how to safely use the internet and enable critical thinking to stay safe. Tute delivers dedicated e-safety lessons as part of the curriculum and includes important topics into other lessons where relevant.



Tute services hundreds of schools, PRUs and local authorities across the UK and ensures the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of children by: creating a safe environment in which children and young people can learn and by fulfilling our statutory (legal) responsibilities to identify children who may be in need of extra help or who are suffering, or are likely to suffer, significant harm.  

We conform to the highest safeguarding standards verified diligently by many of our customers. Our policies and procedures ensures all staff are DBS checked and renew their safeguarding Level 2 training annually. Tute’s Designated Safeguarding Lead and Deputy DSL undertake annual training with the NSPCC to ensure that we are up-to-date on all matters related to safeguarding.


We do not take for granted that students know how to keep safe and in planning lessons, Tute’s teachers exploit every relevant opportunity to promote safeguarding to the young people accessing our services.


Meet the Designated Safeguarding Team

E-mail: safeguarding@tute.com | Phone: 01978 359 030 – ask to speak confidentially to Vanessa Leach or Phil Eastman

Tute’s policies are created with the following statutory guiance:

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