England and Wales
The Society of the Sacred Heart is an international order of women in the Catholic Church, founded in 1800 by a French woman, Madeleine Sophie Barat.
We are called to be contemplative in spirit, generous and educative in mission and passionate for justice, peace, and the integrity of creation. We are contemplatives in action, rooted in prayer and reflection, and by looking deeply at the world around us, we try to see it as God sees it, so that we can better love and serve others.
As an international order of women in the Roman Catholic Church we recognise and uphold the rights of children and adults at risk and are committed to ensuring their safety and wellbeing. In partnership with our members and lay colleagues we work to meet the spiritual, educational, physical, emotional, and social needs of all those whom we serve.
We are committed to educating members of the Society about safeguarding and we have in place processes to deal with allegations if they arise.
The Society of the Sacred Heart personnel, including religious staff, care home staff and volunteers have a responsibility to safeguard children and adults at risk through promoting their health and development in a safe and caring environment that supports their best interests and prevents abuse.
Speaking up about any concerns you have at work is really important. In fact, it’s vital because it will help the Society to keep improving services for all Sisters and the working environment for our employees.
The whistle-blowing policy outlines the Society’s policy for responding to allegations or reports of abuse, and other forms of misconduct, made by one or more employees against other employee(s). These actions are known as whistleblowing.
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