The Sehion Ministries follows the Safeguarding Policies and Procedures of the Roman Catholic Diocese in England and Wales and administered by the Archdiocese of Birmingham.
These can be found at:

‘Like obedient children do not be conformed to the desires that you formerly had in ignorance. Instead as he who called you is holy, be holy yourselves in all your conduct for it is written ‘You shall be holy for I am holy’ 1 Peter 1:14-15

The Sehion Ministries Children and Youth Ministry serves to promote the safe recruitment of volunteers in the Charity and work in partnership with the Arch Diocese of Birmingham Safeguarding Team. Volunteers to our Children and Youth Ministry are largely managed by our nominated Safeguarding Representatives who will provide necessary forms for those who take responsibility for and who have significant contact with children and young people and vulnerable adults.

Sehion Ministry also offer training and regular refresher courses to our volunteers to ensure our volunteers operate within safeguarding guidelines and code of conduct ensuring children and young adults are kept safe from any form of harm.

1.1 Sehion Ministries is a charity registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales and our number is 1153546. Registered address : 20 Brooke Road, Kenilworth, CV8 2BD. In this Notice, references to ‘we’ and ‘us’ means Sehion Ministries.

1.2 “Personal Data” means information from which an individual can be identified, directly or indirectly

1.3 When you provide us with Personal Data in order to engage with us and/or benefit from our activities, we may keep a record of the data you give to us in order to enable us to comply with our statutory and other legal obligations and to achieve our charitable objects of the advancement of the Catholic faith and Christian beliefs for the benefit of the public in accordance with the statements of beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church.

1.4 For the purpose of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/279 (GDPR), Sehion Ministries through its Trustees will be a Data Controller in respect of your Personal Data.

1.5 Sehion Ministries is committed to ensuring that Personal Data is properly and securely managed in accordance with the relevant data protection laws, and believes this is an important part of achieving trust and confidence between Sehion Ministries and those

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All of us with a role in the Sehion Ministry have a duty to protect children and adults in vulnerable circumstances. We also have a duty to keep ourselves safe. By understanding and sticking to the following rules we should be able to keep everyone safe as possible. 

  1. If you have, or hope to take on role with children and adults in vulnerable situation, please contact Sehion Safeguarding Person i.e. TILLY or THERESA. We will provide you with application forms and make sure you are up to date with safeguarding arrangements within Sehion UK ministry.
  2. No one should ever be left alone with children, if you plan any activity you should ensure that there are adults in reserve to cover any shortfall. Without two approved adults being present, the activity be postponed.
  3. If you intend to transport children in your own car there must be a second adult in the car with you at all times. If this is likely to be a regular arrangement check with your insurer.
  4. Greetings can be difficult with children a high five or similar hand contact away from you body works well.
  5. Young children may seek physical contact but it is important that any physical contact must be in the public, age appropriate and at the instigation of the child. 
  6. If you find yourself isolated with a child or if there has been any physical contact that could be interpreted as inappropriate you must take factual record of what happened and inform the safeguarding represantives for Sehion UK or Birmingham Safeguarding Team at Cathedral House immediately.
  7. When arranging all activities for our children, a risk assessment should be undertaken and completed in writing at all times, consent forms completed and permission obtained for any photographic images to be made publicly available.
  8. Youth groups should have policies in place regarding the management of behaviour.
  9. If you need to communicate with children via social media you must not use your equipment/account etc but one that is set up by Sehion UK Ministry.
  10. Parents must consent to this and have an oversight 

The Dignity and Sanctity of every human life is a gift from God.

We abhor the abuse to which some children and vulnerable adults are subjected.

We endeavour to follow the policies as agreed by the Safeguarding policies and Procedures of the Roman Catholic Diocese in England and Wales. We will strive to ensure that children and young adults are kept safe from any form of harm.
(These policies can be accessed at:

The SEHION UK Ministry Safeguarding Representatives are:
Tilly Makombe-07962002249 / Theresa Joseph –07898640847
If you would like to discuss any safeguarding issue or would like any further information please contact any of the above representatives