[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]imagesCAUUCP4KChild protection Policy

All staffs in GVIS are responsible for the Protection of our children inside school campus. Creating a safe learning environment, identifying pupils who are suffering or at risk of harm and then taking appropriate action, are vital to ensure the children are safe at home and at school.

Our school will ensure high quality interpersonal relations of care and support are experienced by all through respect, honesty, forgiveness and reconciliation.

This will be done by

  •  Encouraging students through positive assertion and rewards and encouraging high standard of behavior.
  • An environment where staff and students work in harmony, respecting the right of each to teach and learn and thus helping them to be lifelong learner.
  • Helping student to make choices and building positive relationship to resolve issues building belongingness and freedom.
  • Ensuring Safe and protective atmosphere in the school by promoting care, respect and cooperation and also to see that all the school property is safe and dealt with respect.
  • Implementing programs that engage all the school community.
  • Providing professional development classes to build supporting environment.
  • Regular evaluation and refinement dealing with harassment and abuses.
  • Participating in activities that would promote skills, values, responsibility respect and self esteem and also make them aware of the community in which they live and to contribute positively to the lives of others.
  • It is mandatory for all the Staff in the school to have their criminal record check done from the Authority before they start work in school.



Corporal punishment

Corporal punishment can have serious negative effects on the growth and development of the child. It causes stress and activates threat response n the child’s brain. Corporal punishment can be psychologically damaging and may induce a sense of low self-worth, sadness, fear, shame, anger, an inability to trust, anxiety, despair, depression or withdrawal. Taking all these into account corporal punishment is BANNED and teachers, staff are warned against it. Parents, students and Staff are made aware of the same and regarded as criminal offence as per the law.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]