“Safety First, Alphabet later” on October 28, 2017, 3:00 pm at The Parliament House, New Delhi, India
Children spend a large part of their day in schools and while travelling to and from their schools. Their safety during this time is exceedingly important. Cases come up from time to time of abuse of children at the school premises, or even accidents that could have been easily prevented with just a simple system in place and a little extra care. For every case reported, there are many others that go unreported. There is a clear and significant role each school has to play in the Prevention, Reporting and Handling of Child Abuse, and other safety-related accidents during the time children are entrusted to the care of the school. The School Board of Directors, Principals and Senior Management teams have primary responsibility for the care and welfare of their students. Teachers are the main care-givers to children outside the family and play a key role in ensuring their safety, while grooming them to cope with threats to their personal safety.
On behalf of the executive team of Forum of Safe Schools ( FOSS), we hereby invite your gracious presence for a round table with leading dignitaries in the field of Education on the Topic of “Safety First, Alphabet later” on October 28, 2017 at Parliament House Annexe, Committee Room – A New Delhi, India.
During the round table dignitaries would discuss issues around the area of child safety, discuss best practices and come up with high-level guidelines that can be implemented to ensure children receive a safe environment. We along with other participants would be glad to experience your valuable presence in the proposed program.
We request you to please send us your confirmation at firstname.lastname@example.org by 24th October 2017 as we need to provide the final list of participants beforehand to the Parliament. Please note that registrations are on a first come first served basis as seats are limited!.
We look forward to see you on October 28, 2017 at Parliament House Annexe, Committee Room A, New Delhi.
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