Student Well-Being

CIS is committed to Child Protection and Student Well-Being

Together, we educate and support international communities to:

  • ensure a shared understanding of the signs and risks of child abuse;
  • know what steps will be taken when allegations and disclosures of abuse are raised;
  • support and guide educators to work within diverse communities and cultural contexts to prevent and address abuse;
  • interpret and implement new accreditation standards, developing new policies and practice to strengthen child protection; and
  • learn new recruitment strategies to use when hiring new staf

CIS educates and supports international school communities to address child protection challenges through our services and resources.

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CIS International Accreditation protocol includes new standards that evaluate the school’s child protection policy and practices. A set of comprehensive international standards developed by the International Taskforce for Child Protection provides a framework for the implementation of policies and procedures.

Educators and leaders using our Career and Recruitment Services to find positions in member schools have all been screened and have a criminal background check from every country they have lived or worked since the age of 18. We are still the only recruitment agency for international schools that make this a requirement.

Our team of affiliated consultants also help school communities navigate all aspects of child protection - from education and prevention to managing allegations and recovery.

Child Protection and Student Well-being Workshops

Over the last two years, we have brought together a team of experts, world renowned in child protection and student well-being in schools, to deliver a workshop programme to support educators learning about critical steps to protect students.

Resources

View the International Taskforce on Child Protection resource page for more information to support your school.