Child Protection and Safeguarding Statement
I-Shou International School, as our highest priority, commits to supporting a school environment that safeguards children through both prevention and intervention. Safeguarding and promoting the physical, social and emotional well-being of I-Shou children is the responsibility of everyone who comes in contact with our children and families. All members of the school community and visitors are required to respect, understand, commit, and comply with our established I-Shou Child Protection and Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
Parent Code of Conduct
For parents of children at I-Shou International School.
Visitor Code of Conduct
For visitors to I-Shou International School
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
The child protection and safeguarding policy followed by all members of the I-Shou International School community.
The history of Child Protection and Safeguarding at I-Shou International School
I-Shou International School began a series of planned activities leading to the development of a comprehensive Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy and Procedures with full implementation in August 2019.
We warmly thank Mr. Tim Gerrish from International Child Protection Advisors in the UK for his valued expertise and efforts in support of the school's development of a comprehensive Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. Mr.Tim Gerrish visited our school to conduct an evaluation audit of our existing child safeguarding policies, operations, and procedures. Tim has toured and evaluated our facilities, review documents, and meet with appropriate administrators, directors, faculty, staff, students, and parents.
Also, SAO Director Amanda Huang and Deputy Personnel Director Hale Kyle attended out-of-country Child Protection and Safeguarding Training Workshops. Thereafter, a committee led by Director Amanda consisting of Directors Susan Hall, Caroline Lin, Amanda Sunderman, Deputy Director Hale Kyle, and PHE Department Chair Natasha Hale have begun the early stages of Child Protection Policies and Procedures development.
We recognize our moral responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all I-Shou children and the support of the entire school community will be essential to this effort.