All students in Non-Government Schools must receive a protective behaviours and sexual abuse prevention education. AISWA offers training in Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum (KS:CPC) which meets requirements of Standard 10.6 of the Guide to the Registration Standards and Other Requirements for Non-Government Schools.
This curriculum aims to help children and students from preschool to senior secondary learn to recognise abuse and develop ways of protecting themselves from abuse including e-safety. KS: CPC is developed by experts, is age and developmental-stage appropriate, is culturally appropriate, can be flexible and integrated into the curriculum, and covers rights, relationships, responsibilities, and ethical behaviour.
During the course, participants will unpack the structure and core messages of the curriculum, giving participants the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the resources and experience some of the activities and lessons. Time is given for teachers and/or staff teams to look at how they can best plan to deliver the curriculum from a year-level and whole-school perspective. This one-day course for teachers is compulsory for all teaching staff who will be implementing the KS: CPC.
Due to the subject matter, children (under 18 years) are not permitted to attend.
Lynne Nixon (AISWA Staff)
Consultant - Child Protection
Lynne joined the Inclusive Education team at AISWA in April 2017 where her roles have included Inclusive Education Consultant, Inclusive Education Coordinator, and currently Consultant - Child Protection. She brings experience in filling various roles within schools, particularly in the areas of disability and leadership. During her time as Principal, Lynne has been passionate about creating an inclusive school culture and community, and quality teaching and learning. She has been involved in supporting and mentoring school leaders, and school registration, particularly in child protection and disabilities.
Lynne currently provides support and consultation to the CARE schools in disability, as well as supporting all AISWA schools in child safety and child protection. She is the AISWA contact in assisting inquiries related to child abuse including mandatory reporting and works with other child safe /child protection agencies.
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Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum for Yallingup Steiner School ONLY
Date / Time28 Jun 2024 Starts: 09:00 Finishes: 16:00
Delivery Format : In Person
Margaret River Montessori SchoolAddress
/6 Clark Street, Margaret River WA 6285