At Just Swimming, we place a very strong emphasis on ensuring the safety of children and young people at all times, when interacting with our services.
On July 1, 2022, our organisation reviewed and updated our Child Safe Standards in accordance with the Victorian Government Guidelines.
To learn more about how Just Swimming leads a pro-active approach to managing the safeguarding of children and young people, please see the attachments below.
The Just Swimming, Child Safety Officer is: Bridie Bell.
For any matters relating to the safety of children and young people, or to report any concerns, please email Bridie.
Bridie.Bell@nunawadingswimmingclub.com or Confidential@nunawadingswimmingclub.com
Our Commitment to the Safety of Children
We are committed to creating and maintaining an environment that promotes the safety of all children, and ensuring their voices are heard about decisions that affect their lives. This includes encouraging a culture where the prevention and reporting of abuse is supported and encouraged. All staff and volunteers are responsible for promoting the safety, wellbeing and empowerment of children.
Our Commitment to Cultural Safety of Aboriginal Children
We are committed to cultural safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal children and young people. This will be a primary focus of our care and decision-making. Just Swimming has zero tolerance for child abuse or racism and as an organisation we will act on incidents of both.
Aboriginal Children are able to express their cultural identity and this makes them stronger and safer. Cultural safety includes the rights of each child to develop and express their background, customs, social behaviour, language, religion or spirituality, beliefs and way of living.
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