AISL has adopted the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) Child Protection Personal Safety Curriculum. This curriculum is a research-based initiative designed especially for international school students.
This program will include age-appropriate information about maintaining personal safety and raising awareness about physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect for all students in Grades 6-12. These classes are a core element of AISL’s plan to protect our students’ right to be safe.
These lessons will be led by Ms. Driekie Smith (Gr6-10) and will be held over the next several weeks. In each grade, the following key concepts and skills will be addressed:
IDENTIFY - Students will learn how to identify safe and unsafe situations
ACCESS - Students will learn how to access support structures
ACT - Students will learn how to act to stay safe
VALUE - Students will learn how to value themselves and others
Your child will receive a range of exercises to be completed at school. Please use this opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation regarding protection with your child. Children are more likely to use safety rules when they have multiple opportunities to practice and talk about the topic with their parents and family. You play an essential role in helping your child know how to stay safe!
For more information, please feel free to contact Ms. Smith.
Mrs. Driekie Smith
AISL Secondary School Counselor
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