St Catharine’s aims to adopt the highest standards and take all reasonable steps in relation to the safety and welfare of all members and visitors to its community.

View and download the College's safeguarding policy.

You may also find it helpful to refer to the University’s safeguarding statement which includes information on the appropriate channels for reporting concerns in the collegiate university.

The Bursar is the College’s Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSO). If you have any concerns relating to the safety of a child or adult at risk, please contact the DSO and complete the college's Safeguarding Incident Report Form. 

If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority’s Children’s or Adults’ Services.

College safeguarding contact:

Nicola Robert (Bursar, Designated Safeguarding Officer)

Safeguarding support:

Cambridgeshire County Council Children’s Social Care:

+44 (0)345 045 5203 (office hours)

+44 (0)1733 234724 (out of hours)

Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care:

+44 (0)345 045 5202 (office hours)

+44 (0)1733 234724 (out of hours)

Childline (support and advice for children):

0800 1111

NSPCC (for adults worried about children):

0808 800 5000