School in Kalanki is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people and expects all staff, parents, visitors and
volunteers to share this commitment. Every pupil should feel safe and protected
from any form of abuse which, in this policy, means any kind of neglect,
non-accidental physical injury, sexual exploitation or emotional ill-treatment.
will take all reasonable measures to:
that all safer recruitment is practiced by thoroughly checking the suitability
of staff and volunteers (including staff employed by another organization) to
work with children and young people.
All international staff must provide an International Child Protection
each pupil from any form of abuse, whether from an adult or another pupil.
• be alert
to signs of abuse both in the School and from outside.
appropriately with every suspicion or complaint of abuse.
• design and
operate procedures which promote this policy.
• design and operate procedures which, so far
as possible, ensure that teachers and others who are innocent are not
prejudiced by false allegations. • support children who have been abused.
• be alert
to the medical needs of children with medical conditions.
robust and sensible health & safety procedures.
• take all
practicable steps to ensure that School premises are as secure as circumstances
clear and supportive policies on drugs, alcohol and substance misuse.
and develop procedures to deal with any other safeguarding issues which may be
specific to individual children in our school or in our local area.
complaint or suspicion of abuse from within or outside the School will be
investigated by the school.