Safety and Protection Rights at Welford Primary School
Children have the right to privacy.
Children have the right of protection from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect or mistreatment.
The treatment of children living away from home (e.g. in care, hospital or prison) should be checked regularly.
Children must be protected from work that is dangerous or might harm their health or education.
Children must be protected from the use of illegal drugs and associtaed trade.
Children must be protected from sexual abuse and exploitation.
Children must not be abducted or sold.
Children must be protected from all forms of bad treatment or exploitation.
Children must not be punished in a cruel or harmful way.
Children have the right to protection and freedom from war. Children under 15 cannot be forced to go into the army or take part in war.
Children have the right to help if they've been hurt, neglected, badly treated or affected by war.