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At Big Life, we aim to be first class in everything we do.
At Big Life, we aim to be first class in everything we do. That means that we have robust process in place to check the quality and safety of our work. It also means that we listen to feedback from the people who use our services – good and bad – and do everything we can to use that to improve.
The Big Life group is overseen by The Big Life group board, which comprises non-exec directors and charity trustees. A separate Multi-Academy Trust Board oversees Big Life Schools.
As well as sitting on the board, our medical director, Louise Grant, chairs our Clinical Service Governance Board. Their job is to ensure that we continually strive to improve the quality and safety of services we deliver. The board meets quarterly, and produces a report each year, assessing our standards.
We believe we have high standards and do everything as well as we can, but we also believe that external accreditation is important to make sure we maintain those standards.
We try our best to deliver the best service we possibly can – but we always want to improve.
If you have some feedback – good or bad – then we’d love to hear it. You can either speak to a member of staff in any of our sites, or contact us by phone or email.
You can read our full Complaints Policy here.
Big Life believes that it is always unacceptable for a child, young person or adult at risk to experience abuse of any kind, and recognises its responsibility to safeguarding the welfare of all adults, children and young people, by a commitment to practice which protects them.
If you are aware of anything at all that concens you, please speak to a member of staff immediately.
We’re committed to keeping your personal data safe. To find out how we do this, you can get more information from a member of staff or see our Privacy Notices. Many services have their own Privacy Notice – you can find them through our service directory.
However, there are some Privacy Notices that are relevant across Big Life: