Child Safety

Quantin Binnah is a committed Child Safe organisation and has

zero-tolerance for child abuse. 

Every child and young person accessing Quantin Binnah has the right to feel safe.  All Quantin Binnah employees, volunteers, contractors and community representatives have a responsibility to understand and activate their role in preventing, detecting, responding and reporting any suspicions of child abuse to the relevant authorities and maintaining a child-safe culture. 

Quantin Binnah pledge to

children and young people in our community

 


As children and young people, you have a right to be protected and be safe. 

 



Our pledge to you is that we will:
 

 

  • Get to know you

  • Listen to you

  • Take you seriously

  • Involve you in decisions about you

  • Respect your privacy

  • Be responsible to you

  • Think about your lives as a whole

  • Respect your privacy and think carefully about how we use information about you

  • Put you in touch with the right people

  • Use our influence to help you

  • Make things happen for you

  • Help you be safe

Charter for serving Our Community’s
Children and Young People


Everyone under 18 years of age has all the rights in this Charter,

regardless of their race, religion, abilities, whatever they think or say,

whatever type of family they come from.



 

All parties associated with Quantin Binnah Community Centre concerned with children and young people will work towards what is best for each child by doing the following:
 

1. Provide children with an environment and the right to relax, play and join in a wide range of leisure activities.

 

2. Protection from any activities that could harm their development, health or education.

 

3. Meet with other children and young people and join groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.

 

4. Ensure that children are properly cared for and protect them from violence, abuse and neglect.

 

5. Deliver services that help children develop healthily.

 

6. Respect that children have the right to learn and use the language and customs of their families, whether or not these are shared by the majority of the people in the country where they live, as long as this does not harm others.

 

7. Respect the rights and responsibilities of families to guide their children so that, as they grow up, they learn to use their rights properly.

 

8. Will encourage children to respect their parents, their cultures and other cultures.

 

9. Provide services and support that ensure children have the right to think and believe what they want and to practise their religion, as long as they are not stopping other people from enjoying their rights. Parents will guide children on these matters.

 

10. Help parents by providing services to support them in sharing responsibility for bringing up their children.

 

11. Give reliable information that children and young people can understand and not promote materials that could harm children.

 

12. Provide special care and support for those with any kind of disability so that they can live a full and independent life.

 

13. Give the children the right to say what they think will happen when adults are making decisions that affect them and to have their opinions taken into account.

 

14. Provide children with the right to get and to share information, as long as the information is not damaging to them or to others.
 

 

QB Child Safety Standards Package Policy List:
 

  • Anaphylaxis Management Policy

  • Child Protection Policy

  • Child Safe Policy

  • Coronavirus Policy

  • Delivery and Collection of Children Policy

  • COVID Safe Plan attached

  • Staff Code of Conduct

  • Parent Code of Conduct



 

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