The safety and welfare of our students is our top priority and Loxdale English Centre has a strong support system with dedicated staff to ensure that we meet the needs of all our students.

Upon arrival, you will receive a contact card which has the home and mobile telephone numbers of Anna Thatcher, our Principal, and Jodie Morden, our Accommodation and Welfare Officer. This means that, in an emergency, you can contact somebody 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for support and care.

We understand that both you and your parents may feel nervous when you are travelling without them. You will find that you are surrounded by people who want to help you and make you feel happy and confident. A number of our staff are qualified in First Aid and welfare.

Jodie (our Accommodation and Welfare Officer) will see you every day and you are encouraged to let her know if you are feeling worried or nervous or just have a good idea or suggestion about the course. You can also always talk to your hosts, teachers or social organisers who will do their best to help you and make you feel better.

Loxdale English Centre does all it can to ensure that we have a safe and supervised learning environment for our students so that you can feel relaxed and just concentrate on having fun.

For safety reasons we ask that parents of all children to please fill in the relevant Safeguarding Form and send/e-mail it to Loxdale English Centre before the course starts.    

Children aged 8 to 11 years will never be allowed to go alone on any trip or activity at any time.

Children aged 12 years will never be allowed to go alone on any trip or activity at any time but, if their parents have allowed them to stay in host family accommodation, they will walk to and from School alone.

We will always do our utmost to ensure that all our students are looked after and cared for. All of our teaching-, welfare-, administration- and social staff are trained in Child Safeguarding and we have two Safeguarding and Prevent Officers.

If your child is travelling alone on the aeroplane we highly recommend that you fill in the attached Child Travel Parent Consent Form and that your child has it with his/her passport on the journey.

Click here to see our Policies

It is a set of policies and procedures to ensure that students aged under 18 are kept safe and out of harm at all times. Most of these are part of British law and each school will also have policies adapted to their individual school.