We believe every child has a right to be protected from harm and maltreatment and that everyone has a responsibility to support the protection of children. iSC works to provide an environment where students are safe from all forms of abuse and where students can get help if they experience harm.
We seek to do this through the following: safe recruitment practices; Child Safety Policies and Code of Conduct (see below); regular training in Child Safety for all our staff, volunteers, and students; and two staff members in each school who are designated the role of Child Safety Specialist. Our Child Safety Specialists raise awareness around Child Safety in the school and undertake extra training to be able to respond to any concerns raised. They can be contacted through email@example.com
To raise a child safety concern with us, whether historic or current, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org OR raise a concern through the link below.
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Child Safety and Protection Policy and Code of Conduct
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Child Safety and Protection Policy and Procedure
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We will be adding further Child Safety resources to this page for you and your family in the months ahead.
Director of Child Safety for iSC
Think you Know
- Aged based games and advice to teach kids from 4-7yrs, 8-10yrs, 11-13yrs, 14yrs+ about safety online with content based on what those ages most use, in language and content discussed that’s relevant for their age
- A broad summary of online safety including common internet safety rules, parental controls, social media use and responding to cyberbullying
- find explanations of parental controls for specific devises or gaming consoles
- a non-profit organization that reviews and rates the content of new apps, games, books & movies so you can determine if it’s going to be appropriate for your child
- It also has parent guides for many popular apps such as Snapchat, Instagram, fortnite etc. - https://www.commonsensemedia.org/parents-ultimate-guides
Resources about Child Safety and Protection
NSPCC – www.nspcc.org.uk
- A leading child safety organization based in the UK that provides resources for families, children, community organizations and schools
- Explains types of child maltreatment and signs to look for
- Guides for talking to children and teens about difficult topics
- Pantosaurus – a silly song to help talk to young kids about the swimsuit rule.
Abuse Prevention Conversation Resources
- Age based guides for talking to children/teens about body safety rules
Advice on how to talk to teenagers about the negative impacts of pornography and help if someone is struggling with this issue.