1. You must:
a) treat all children with respect.
b) take all reasonable steps to keep children safe.
c) listen and respond to the views and concerns of children, particularly if they have stated that they or another child have been harmed in any way and/or are worried about their safety or the safety of another child.
d) model appropriate adult behaviour in an open and transparent way.
e) respect the privacy of parents and children by not disclosing personal information.
f) where child abuse is suspected, ensure children are safe and protected from harm as quickly as possible.
g) encourage children to have a say and participate in all relevant organisational activities where possible, especially on issues that are important to them.
2. You must not:
a) Put children at risk of harm.
b) Condone or participate in illegal, unsafe or abusive behaviour towards children, including physical, sexual or psychological abuse, ill-treatment, neglect or grooming.
c) Engage in open discussion of mature or adult nature, or use inappropriate language in the presence of children.
d) Discriminate against any child, including on the basis of age, gender, sexuality, race, cultural background or disability.
e) Ignore or disregard any concerns, suspicions or disclosures of child being harmed in any way.
3. You are required to immediately report the following to the Child Safety Officer:
a) any allegations of child abuse.
b) suspected breaches of clause 2 above.