Does your early childhood service have a whistle-blowing policy? Having a whistle-blowing policy can help to give confidence in the safety of an early childhood setting and keep it safe for children.
Furthermore, there are some additional ways to ensure a service is a safe place from abuse for children.
Below are behaviours and practices to safeguard children that can be expected of:
(a) ECE service managers and staff/ team members
(b) Inspection (Education Review Office) and licensing (Ministry of Education) officials
(c) Teacher education providers and visiting tutors/ lecturers
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