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Centenary Dance Academy
Child and Youth Risk Management Strategy

2.0 Code of Conduct

2.1 Statement of commitment
At Centenary Dance Academy we pride ourselves on providing a high standard of training whilst remaining an inclusive and caring environment where everyone experiences the joy of dance. Centenary Dance Academy supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people, including those who use our services. Our teachers and staff will treat them with respect and understanding and address their concerns at all times. Our organisation will endeavour to provide a safe and supportive service environment for children and young people through the practices and procedures outlined in our Child and Youth Risk Management Strategy.

2.2 Who must comply with the code of conduct?
This code of conduct applies to all paid employees, volunteers and visitors who enter our service environment.

2.4 Code of conduct for parents and carers
As a parent/carer of a child involved in the service provided by Centenary Dance Aacdemy, I agree that:

• I will respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person, regardless of their abilities, gender, religion or cultural background;
• I will respect the decisions of employees/officials and teach children to do likewise;
• I will focus on and encourage children’s efforts and performance;
• I will support all efforts to remove any form of abuse in this organisation and encourage a safe and supportive service environment;
• I will raise any issues or concerns with staff;
• I will not treat any child or young person in an unfair, unjust, or discriminatory manner;
• I will not smoke on the organisation’s premises;
• I will not drink alcohol or use illicit substances while on the organisation’s premises except within the parameters of an adult-only function e.g. wine and cheese night.

In the event that the code of conduct for interacting with children and young people is breached, actions will be taken in accordance with our organisation’s plan for managing breaches of the child and youth risk management strategy.

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