Victoria has introduced compulsory minimum standards for organisations that provide services for children to help protect children from abuse.
The Child Safe Standards form part of the Victorian Government’s response to the Betrayal of Trust Inquiry (the 2013 Parliamentary Inquiry into the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other Non-Government Organisations).
Education, awareness-raising and helping organisations to create and maintain child safe environments will be the initial focus of the Child Safe Standards.
The Child Safe Standards do not alter any existing requirements to hold a Working with Children Check.
View St Raphael’s Child Safe Standards Policy here:
Child Safety Code of Conduct Child Safety Code of Conduct 2022 July 1
Child Safe Policy St Raphael’s Child Safety Policy August 16
St. Raphael’s Child Safety Commitment Policy August 16
Child Safe Commitment Statement July 1
Child Safe Policy (Student Version) July 1
Engaging Families in Child Safety Policy (2022) July 1
St. Raphael’s Student Behaviour Policy (2022) July 1
Anti-bullying Policy (including Cyberbullying) 2022 July 1