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  • Help children and adults to develop positive attitudes to the arts

  • Respect all Rehearsal Room employees

  • Avoid harm to property.

  • Respect the rights, dignity and views of our all Rehearsal Room personnel, audiences and volunteers

  • Committing to a community free from unlawful discrimination victimisation and harassment.

  • Consider and respect the diverse backgrounds and needs of children and treat all children with dignity

  • Promote the human rights, safety, and well-being of all children.

  • Create an environment that is welcoming, culturally safe, and inclusive for all children and their families.

  • Communicate via all modes in a positive, timely, honest and courteous manner.

  • Follow and support the implementation of the organisations vision and mission

  • Rehearsal Room will ensure a representative will have mandatory training on child safety and well-being, including first aid and recognising signs of abuse.

  • Listen and respond to the views and concerns of children, particularly if they communicate (verbally or non-verbally) that they do not feel safe or well.

  • Respond to any concerns or complaints of child harm or abuse promptlyReport all suspected or disclosed contraventions of this Code, as well as any suspected or disclosed child harm or abuse as required by relevant legislation 

  • Respect the privacy of children and parents (including carers and legal guardians), and only disclose personal information to people who have a need to know.

  • Work under the influence of alcohol or prohibited drugs.

  • Ensure that any physical contact with others is appropriate to the situation and necessary for the person’s skill development.

  • Impart knowledge and skills in areas of expertise in a respectful and encouraging manner

  • Uphold all theatre etiquette standards including dealing with people, theatre behaviour and rehearsal attendance

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