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BSA Commitment to Care Charter 

The Commitment to Care Charter is BSA's fundamental statement of the importance of Safeguarding in our schools.   Every BSA member worldwide is expected to subscribe to the findamentals of the Charter:

  • BSA schools are committed to the highest duty of care and safeguarding 
  • Everyone working in a BSA school will raise concerns immediately
  • BSA schools will follow all statutory safeguarding guidance and laws and report concerns to the relevant authority and the BSA
  • BSA schools will support any present pupils affected by abuse and those who report concerns, and offer support to past pupils 
  • BSA will support member schools which responsibly follow the Charter The BSA will support member school

BSA Commitment to Care Charter - September 2017

Please click on the link below to see further guidance about reporting issues to BSA

Charter  - Guidance for reporting

 

Safeguarding newsletters

Safeguarding Newsletter 4,  January 2017

Safeguarding Newsletter 3,  December 2017

Safeguarding Newsletter 2, November 2017

Safeguarding Newsletter 1,  November 2017

 

Safeguarding resources

On February 6th 2018, new guidance on online safety was launched in England.
It is of relevance to all practitioners throughout the world:

Education for a Connected World

Promoting Best Practice - Learning Safeguarding Lessons from Recent Serious Case Reviews - Second Edition, November 2016

Overview of Sexting

 

Government and other Guidance - England

Working Together to Safeguard Children 

(note that there is a consultation regarding a new version of WT)

Keeping Children Safe in Education

The Draft version for 2018 of KCSIE

Safer Working Practice

 

Government Guidance - Scotland

Getting it right for every child (GIRFEC) - Link to the website

 

Safeguarding inquiries

Link to the IICSA website

The Truth Project produced a report in November 2017 into the impact of historic abuse

Link to the Scottish Inquiry website

Australian Royal Commission website

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