Safeguarding

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Taking the Welfare and safety of children and young people is extremely important to us and while Drum Lessons should be fun, its vital to have some well established procedures and ground rules.

Through the Musicians’ Union and in partnership with Educare, we have completed training in Child Protection in Education (Music) Level 2 to underpin our values and procedures in Child Protection and Welfare.

Keeping up to date with the latest news and completing new training and assessments where necessary, ensuring that learners are safe, comfortable and offered the best in lesson delivery is our ultimate aim.

Though not exhaustive, outlined below are some of the key principles in what GhostNote Academy will provide.

GhostNote Academy Code of Conduct Principles;

  • To respect all individuals whatever their age, developmental stage, ability, gender, sexual orientation or ethnicity.

  • Keep all communication with young people, children and adults on a professional level.

  • To be committed to actively prevent the exploitation and abuse  of children.

  • To place the safety and well being of children and young people first.

  • To form appropriate relationships with learners based on mutual trust and respect.

  • Understand the need for clear boundaries.

  • To provide safe, transparent teaching in the learning of drums, drum kits, techniques, rudiments, performance and skills on a one to one basis.

  • To keep up to date with the latest training and produces regarding child protection and welfare.

  • To use and liaise with Safer Children York, Safeguarding Adults York and City of York council.

 

Please use this Website and the following links for any further information you may require;

Safer Children York

City of York Council (Child protection)

NSPCC

Musicians’ Union Profile

 

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