Child Protection Software for International Schools
As an ECIS partner we are pleased to offer ECIS member schools an exclusive discount for MyConcern, our award-winning safeguarding management software. Email us at the link below to speak to our international account manager and find out more about this exclusive offer.
MyConcern Award-Winning Software
We are, first and foremost, a safeguarding company, and as such, protecting the most vulnerable people in society is at the heart of all we do.
Our team of specialist safeguarding consultants guide those involved with safeguarding, using experience and knowledge from their own backgrounds in education, health and social care and policing.
Secure | Effective | Efficient
Suitable for education settings across the world, MyConcern® safeguarding software is fast becoming the go-to method for the recording, reporting and management of all safeguarding, child protection and wellbeing concerns of students in schools and colleges.
MyConcern® has won awards and plaudits for its innovations and we are pleased to now partner with ECIS to offer members access to MyConcern software. The platform enables pastoral or child protection leads to quickly form a team around an individual at risk, putting them at the centre and enabling early intervention.
MyConcern® supports you to transform your processes to minimise risk, ensure compliance, maximise efficiency and securely share data with any trusted partners or support network (e.g. school councillors, health care professionals). MyConcern® also provides clear and easy to audit evidence for inspections.
Keep Children Safe
MyConcern builds a team around the student and enables early intervention
Access to key child protection resources and expert trainers
Secure and Trusted
MyConcern is GDPR compliant and Cyber Essentials Plus accredited
Reduce admin, improve information security and identify patterns of behaviour.
Prove the effectiveness of your provisions during inspection with clear, auditable, evidence
Proud Winners of the Queens Award for Enterprise: Innovation since 2018
Why International Schools need Safeguarding software
Staff at schools are facing mounting challenges. As the standards of child protection and safeguarding mature, so do the responsibilities of those who work in schools. From online bullying to e-safety issues, the range of wellbeing risks and concerns is growing.
Running alongside these concerns is an increase in mental health awareness. As more and more research is published, so the requirements of teachers and school staff increases which, when combined with day-to-day work, creates a mounting challenge that can only be solved by evolving, modern software. Read more about the unique challenges facing international schools in our blog >>
Students & Families
MyConcern puts students first, ensuring their pastoral care and wellbeing is safeguarded so they can reach their full potential
Staff feel more comfortable reporting concerns and supported with easy to access guidance and local policies
Senior leaders can find and review the school's array of concerns, allowing them to track and see the impact of their safeguarding strategy
Safeguarding staff can see the whole matrix of students in their care and make better, more informed decisions
Seamlessly Designed for Child Protection in International Settings
MyConcern only requires a web-enabled device to work, cutting down on admin time and providing staff and those at risk with a consistent avenue of support.
The system is GDPR compliant, DfE Cloud Services compliant and registered with the UK Information Commissioner.
MyConcern is consistently user-friendly, fully integrating with your Management Information System (e.g. SIMS, iSAMS, Scholarpack). It is a member of COBIS and has even been selected as Capita SIMS’ ‘Best in Breed’ safeguarding solution.
Record transfer is an important part in maintaining an inter-school safeguarding network, so MyConcern® is designed to ensure records are secure when communicated to other organisations and schools, even if they don’t have the platform themselves.