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Child Safety Standards

Read the Play is committed to promoting and always protecting the best interests of children and young people involved in our programs. We are committed to fostering the safety, health, wellbeing and empowerment of all children and young people.

Read the Play has zero tolerance for child abuse. Everyone working at Read the Play is responsible for the care and protection of the children with our programs and reporting information about suspected child abuse. 

All children, regardless of their gender, race, religious beliefs, age, disability, sexual orientation, or family or social background, have equal rights to protection from abuse.

Child protection is the shared responsibility of all employees, workers, contractors, associates, and members of the Read the Play community.

Read the Play takes the views of children and young people seriously and invite them to contribute to the organisation’s programs, policies, and practices. 

Read the Play supports and respects all children, staff, and volunteers. Read the Play is committed to the cultural safety of First Nation children, and those from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children living with a disability.

Allegations of abuse, neglect and safety concerns will be treated seriously and consistently with our policies, procedures, and legal obligations. 


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