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 CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

 

Motto

Find True Wisdom

Vision

To be a centre of excellence in provision and promotion of quality education.

Mission

1.   To help children become confident, informed, purposeful and independent.

2.   To provide an enriching and stimulating environment within which the child becomes an   active explorer.  

3.   To provide a framework of discipline which empowers a child to develop self-discipline and a strong sense of self.

4.   To provide a cross-cultural environment in which the foundation of global peace may be laid.

5.   To awaken children’s interest in all subjects and to encourage in them a love for learning.

 

 

 

KEY CONTACTS WITHIN THE SCHOOL

 

CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER

Name: Mrs. Bindu Menon (Vice Principal)

Contact Number: 055-4310096


DEPUTY CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER

Name: Mrs. Sheena Davis (Supervisor)

Contact Number: 050-5790895


NOMINATED GOVERNOR FOR CHILDPROTECTION

Name: Mr. Tariq Hermi

Contact Number: 050-5823032

 

 ALTERNATIVE REFERRALS

 

When members of the school have URGENT and IMMEDIATE concerns for the safety and welfare of a child or young person during school hours they should make an immediate referral to a member of the Child Protection Team or any accessible member of the Leadership Team.

 

 

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY OF SCHOLARS INDIAN SCHOOL

1. INTRODUCTION

 

Scholars Indian School takes seriously its responsibility to protect and safeguard the welfare of children and young people in its care.

 

 

2.      PURPOSE 

 

 

2.1   An effective whole-school child protection policy is one which provides clear direction to staff and others about expected behaviour when dealing with child protection issues. An effective policy also makes explicit the school’s commitment to the development of good practice and sound procedures. This ensures that child protection concerns, referrals and monitoring may be handled sensitively, professionally and in ways which support the needs of the child.

 

 

2.2  There are three main elements to our child protection policy;

 

 

a)  Prevention through the creation of a positive school atmosphere and the teaching, and pastoral support offered to pupils.

b)  Protection by following agreed procedures, ensuring staff are trained and supported to respond appropriately and sensitively to child protection concerns.

c)  Support to pupils who may have been abused.

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