UEF Child Protection Policy

 

UEF aims to ensure that all students in their care are provided with a safe and secure learning environment to grow and develop. The UEF board recognises that the protection of students under their care is of paramount importance and supports the recommendations regarding child protection of the Council of International Schools in conjunction with the International Task Force on Child Protection formed in April 2014 to help international school communities to address child protection challenges.

The UEF community works together to ensure that the safety and well-being of its students is addressed by implementing clear guidelines and best practice policies, which aim to protect students from incidents of misconduct or inappropriate behaviour, whilst also protecting UEF staff, parents, volunteers and relevant stake holders from false accusations.

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UEF Child Protection Policy