Australia is in the middle of a huge (r)evolution in our society’s responses to sexual harm, and schools are in the middle of it.
Both society’s expectations and regulatory standards have never been higher. Schools must act or risk falling behind/harm occurring on their watch.
Join our practice leaders Skye Rose, Cecelia Irvine-So and Rebecca Lambert-Smith, as they host this powerful, double-feature session on:
- What school boards must do to future proof their school and discharge their privacy and child safety legal obligations;
- Best practice prevention of, and response to, sexual harm; and
- What schools must do to ensure they comply with the new child information sharing scheme, starting 19 April 2021.
The session will distil complex regulation into practical steps schools can, and must, take.
Ensure your school is a leader on this most important issue – don’t miss this session!
8am – 8.45am | School Boards’ Role in Preventing Sexual Harm
8.45am – 9am | Short interval / break
9am – 9.45am | The New Child Information Sharing Scheme
Join us for one or both sessions, once registered, we will provide one link and you can opt in or out at any time.