Fame Ltd. recognizes that many of its students are children under 18 years of age (“young students”). Consequently, we have both a moral and a legal duty to protect and safeguard them and to promote their welfare.
We recognize that child safeguarding means caring for children appropriately and protecting them from anything which is not in their best interests. It includes health and safety, child protection and pastoral care, recognizing that children depend on adults for their safety and well -being.
All company policies and procedures are written with this responsibility in mind.We understand that child protection means protecting children from abuse, which means all forms of physical and/or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or potential harm to the child.
We further recognize that all children have a right to protection and safeguarding regardless of their gender, sexual identity, racial origin, disability, language,culture, religious or other beliefs.
We are committed to working with relevant organizations, to take all necessary steps to ensure that the legal and pastoral duties owed to children in respect of child protection and safeguarding are discharged in accordance with current legislation and best practice.
We encourage an ethos in our institute where young students feel safe and secure and where they are able to communicate any problems or concerns they have to a responsible staff member or teacher in the school.
The purpose of this policy is to provide consistent advice on dealing with potential child protection issues and the promotion of child safeguarding and welfare in our business operations.
Fame Institute strongly believes that students need an ordered, structured environment in which discipline is seen to be firm but fair. School rules are based on courtesy, common sense and personal safety. The highest standards of behavior and dress are expected. The Institute will always respect and protect it's students and will have the parents always updated. Here is a set of rules for the students of our Institute.
- Arrive on time.
- Raise your hand before speaking.
- Do not talk to each other during class time.
- Listen to others and participate in class discussions.
- Do your homework on your own.
- When you are absent from class always get the homework before next class.
- Listen to directions carefully and ask any questions you may have.
- Mobile phones should be turned off during the class.
- Do not interrupt other students' learning.
- Absolutely no food, drinks, gum, or candy permitted.
All children deserve the opportunity to achieve their full potential. They should be enabled to:
- Be as physically and mentally healthy as possible
- Gain the maximum benefit from good-quality education opportunities
- live in a safe environment and be protected from harm
- experience emotional well-being
- become competent in looking after themselves and have a secure sense of identity, including cultural and racial identity.
All adults working with children must:
- treat the child’s welfare as of paramount importance
- safeguard the welfare of children under their care
- be aware of any issues which might cause children harm
- be alert to potential indicators of abuse and neglect
- be alert to the risks which individual abusers or potential abusers may pose to children
- be aware of the effects of abuse and neglect on children
contribute as necessary to all stages of the child protection process avoid making themselves vulnerable to suspicion of any form of inappropriate behavior or abuse.