Safeguarding children describes the actions we take to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. We believe that safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility and that everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play.
We define safeguarding as:
We ensure this through safer recruitment practices, Child Protection Officer monitoring, annual staff training, pastoral care programs and monitoring of students. Clear, mandatory reporting guidelines are in place within AISPP.
AISPP is committed to working with the community, agencies and schools globally to uphold student safety and wellbeing.
Any concerns may be reported directly to the Child Protection Team.
Behaviour & Anti-bullying
Our responsibility to the community is to have a behaviour policy that is consistent throughout the school and that promotes learning, values and safety.
We encourage pupils to achieve in a learning environment where self-discipline is promoted and good behaviour is the norm. We believe pupils will achieve their full potential in a happy, stimulating and ordered school environment.
Our aim is
Essentially at AISPP staff have a right to teach and students have a right to learn in a safe environment, focussed upon being responsible members of the community.
Any concerns should be directed to the classroom teacher.
It is our policy that all children should wear a school uniform when attending school or when participating in a school-organised event outside normal school hours. AISPP believes that our uniform is an important aspect of our school’s identity and is an integral part of our community. We believe that the uniform encourages a sense of unity and respect, and we hope all students will wear their uniform with grace and a sense of pride.
On health and safety grounds, we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school, with the exception of studded ear rings for girls, or a watch. For reasons of health and safety, we ask all parents with children with long hair to tie back their child’s hair so that it is away from the child’s face. We require all children to wear the types of shoe described in the uniform list, as per the activity or event.
We ask all parents who send their children to our school to support the school uniform policy.
Any uniform queries can be directed to the admissions office, front desk reception or the class teacher.
AISPP complies with international Personal Data Protection standards relating to the collection, use, disclosure and security of your personal data.
This recognises your rights to access and correct your personal data held by the school as well as the needs of the school to collect, use and disclose your personal data for the legitimate purposes.
You have the right to request to access and/or correct the personal data held about you and your child by the school, and the school shall respond to such requests as soon as reasonably possible. The School will ensure that your personal data is always secure by implementing appropriate security measures to prevent unauthorised access, collection, use, disclosure, copying or modification of your personal data, in particular when the processing of data involves third parties.
Any enquiries regarding data and data protection can be addressed to the front office reception.
Personal data that is collected about you and your family (including you and your child’s identity documents, contact details, date of birth, marital status, medical information and bank information) may be collected, used, disclosed or processed for purposes including but not limited to: