Child Protection Policy


A child Protection Policy is a set of guidelines and procedures designed to ensure the safety and well-being of children who participate in an organization's activities. It outlines specific measures that the organization will take to prevent child abuse or neglect, including screening and training of staff and volunteers, reporting of suspected incidents of abuse and establishment of a code of conduct for all individuals who interact with children. The policy also lays out the steps that will be taken to investigate and respond to any allegations of child abuse or neglect. The primary goal of a child protection policy is to create a safe and secure environment for children and to promote their health, welfare, and development.


Our Child Protection Policy includes the following subjects:

         • The CISC code of conduct and promoting good practice
         • Child Protection, how to handle disclosure and how to report suspicions of abuse?
         • Responsibilities and duty to report
         • Specific types of abuse
         • Prevention of radicalization and extremism
         • Safe recruitment
         • Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
         • Professional Boundaries
         • Training for staff
         • Electronic contact with students under the age of 18
         • Health and Safety
         • Child welfare
         • Transfers (School bus service)
         • Supervision notes for students (Pick up and Drop off policies)
         • Precautions and actions

We respect the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) which has been rectified by the Royal Government of Cambodia.