Rose Ballet Is committed to ensuring that those working with children at risk adopt the best practice to ensure the health, safety and welfare of the participants
and staff.
The Rose Ballet School will endeavor to promote the highest standards of care for all students, staff and
officials by:
The adoption of Government health, safety and welfare policies.
The adoption of Government policies for the protection of children and adults at risk.
The appointment of a welfare officer (Child Protection Officer) to whom grievances or complaints can be made confidentially.

Ensuring that staff are suitably trained in Child Protection and Health, Safety and welfare issues.
• Ensuring that coaches and officials have been screened to confirm their suitability to work with children. Where appropriate this will include DBS disclosure.
• Ensuring that best teaching practice guidelines are followed at all times.
• Ensuring that grievances or complaints are dealt with promptly and in accordance with grievance procedures.
• Ensuring that there is always at least 1 responsible adult present at all ballet classes or events.
• Ensuring that the participants and/or parents are aware of the purpose of videoing, filming or photography during classes or events.
• Having a zero tolerance level or poor practice, bullying or any potential form of abuse.