Commitment to Child Safety
Circus Arts is committed to providing a safe, fun and empowering environment for all participants.
Statement of Commitment to Child Safety
At Circus Arts, the wellbeing of all children in our care is paramount and therefore all trainers are made aware of their responsibilities towards the safety of children and we help ensure this by screening all staff with Working With Children Checks and regularly updating their knowledge on policies and procedures.
Circus Arts acknowledges that all children in its programs have the right to feel safe at all times. Circus Arts is committed to creating an environment of trust where children can feel safe to talk about anything openly. Circus Arts employees / volunteers will do everything they can to protect the rights, interests and wellbeing of the children and young people in their care.
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Child Safe Policy
Child Safe Code of Conduct
Child Safe Risk Management Plan
Child Safe Recruitment & Induction Checklist
Circus Arts Social Media & Online Communications Policy
Complaints Handling Policy
Child Safe Reporting Summary
Circus Arts Australia has a duty of care to all its members and employees. In order to protect those who are vulnerable, Child Safety concerns can be brought to our attention via an anonymous form found below.
Other ways to discuss/report Child Safety concerns include in person at Circus Arts, a call (02) 6685 6566 or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reporting Follow Up Procedure Summary:
All concerns will be taken seriously. Each situation will be recorded and followed up on. If there is a breach or suspected breach in the Child Safety Policy, a report will be made to the
Reporting to NSW Department of Communities & Justice by calling the Child Protection Helpline on 13 21 11 (open 24 hours/7 days).
In the case of an immediate/serious threat to the child, the police will be contacted.