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Basic principles of securing a friendly and protective environment for our students

basic principles of Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children either as Primary or Secondary Caregivers
So securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children begin with our commitment to do so recognising that the number one responsibility of a school is not to teach but to protect… Because our precious children do not feel protected learning cannot take place…

The commitment to secure a protective environment for our precious children does not answer to wishful thinking… It answers to meticulous planning…

Permit me to say that Securing A Safe and Protective Environment for our precious children begins with a system which must have at least 5 components

So how do we know that a system is effective either at home or in school? Simple we turn to the child… An environment is not safe and protective for the child until child feels safe… A child does not present himself/herself for learning or any activity for that matter until he/she feels safe and protected… Feels at home
Questions
5 components which are :

Permit to share with you the fundamentals of the these five components of a system before sharing with you same: Prologue
Think the CHILD…Think TODAY…Think the FUTURE™…According to Fredrick Douglass 'It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.' Therefore, it is Taiwo Akinlami's fundamental approach to Child Protection that Enlightenment is Superior to Enforcement™

Responses
Enlightenment is superior to Enforcement. Hmmm i like that.
I guess by both the school and the parents?
I feel u

Systems Approach to Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious refer to coordinated and professionally established prevention and response measures for the protection of the precious children under our care from all forms of abuse like physical, sexual, emotional, neglect and any other act or omission that are not in the best interest of the precious children under our care

The five components of a system arebasic principles of Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children either as Primary or Secondary Caregivers
So securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children begin with our commitment to do so recognising that the number one responsibility of a school is not to teach but to protect… Because our precious children do not feel protected learning cannot take place…

The commitment to secure a protective environment for our precious children does not answer to wishful thinking… It answers to meticulous planning…

Permit me to say that Securing A Safe and Protective Environment for our precious children begins with a system which must have at least 5 components

So how do we know that a system is effective either at home or in school? Simple we turn to the child… An environment is not safe and protective for the child until child feels safe… A child does not present himself/herself for learning or any activity for that matter until he/she feels safe and protected… Feels at home
Questions
5 components which are :

Permit to share with you the fundamentals of the these five components of a system before sharing with you same: Prologue
Think the CHILD…Think TODAY…Think the FUTURE™…According to Fredrick Douglass 'It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.' Therefore, it is Taiwo Akinlami's fundamental approach to Child Protection that Enlightenment is Superior to Enforcement™

Responses
Enlightenment is superior to Enforcement. Hmmm i like that.
I guess by both the school and the parents?
I feel u

Systems Approach to Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious refer to coordinated and professionally established prevention and response measures for the protection of the precious children under our care from all forms of abuse like physical, sexual, emotional, neglect and any other act or omission that are not in the best interest of the precious children under our care

The five components of a system are 1. Intelligence 2. Goal or set of goals for protection 3. The Dominant culture o the caregivers 4. Processes 5. Accountability.
intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…

Responses
Evening and well done sir!
That's very true

intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…
Knowledge of the abuser refers to knowing that there are 3 kinds of abusers: 1. Impulsive or reflexive abuser 2. A deliberate abuser and 3. The person who condones abuse by his/silence
The intelligence of who the child is begins with understanding who the child is and permit us to introduce you to the child: Shall We Meet the Child?
CHILDREN
Anyone below the age of 18 years, according to the Child's Rights Act, 2003
C-Care ⎸H-heritage ⎸I-Individuality ⎸ L-Leadership ⎸ D-Delightful ⎸ R-Respect ⎸ E-Engage ⎸ N-Now:
Intelligence in the order elaborated above helps us to lay a foundation for the protection of our precious children
The next component is to create processes which address prevention and response mechanism for abuses
The last but not the least is accountability… Who is responsible for what? Who is your Child Protection Officer?

Any question so far?

Yes,am not too clea 1. Intelligence 2. Goal or set of goals for protection 3. The Dominant culture o the caregivers 4. Processes 5. Accountability.
intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…

Responses
Evening and well done sir!
That's very true

intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…
Knowledge of the abuser refers to knowing that there are 3 kinds of abusers: 1. Impulsive or reflexive abuser 2. A deliberate abuser and 3. The person who condones abuse by his/silence
The intelligence of who the child is begins with understanding who the child is and permit us to introduce you to the child: Shall We Meet the Child?
CHILDREN
Anyone below the age of 18 years, according to the Child's Rights Act, 2003
C-Care ⎸H-heritage ⎸I-Individuality ⎸ L-Leadership ⎸ D-Delightful ⎸ R-Respect ⎸ E-Engage ⎸ N-Now:
Intelligence in the order elaborated above helps us to lay a foundation for the protection of our precious children
The next component is to create processes which address prevention and response mechanism for abuses
The last but not the least is accountability… Who is responsible for what? Who is your Child Protection Officer?

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Basic principles of securing a friendly and protective environment for our students

basic principles of Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children either as Primary or Secondary Caregivers
So securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children begin with our commitment to do so recognising that the number one responsibility of a school is not to teach but to protect… Because our precious children do not feel protected learning cannot take place…

The commitment to secure a protective environment for our precious children does not answer to wishful thinking… It answers to meticulous planning…

Permit me to say that Securing A Safe and Protective Environment for our precious children begins with a system which must have at least 5 components

So how do we know that a system is effective either at home or in school? Simple we turn to the child… An environment is not safe and protective for the child until child feels safe… A child does not present himself/herself for learning or any activity for that matter until he/she feels safe and protected… Feels at home
Questions
5 components which are :

Permit to share with you the fundamentals of the these five components of a system before sharing with you same: Prologue
Think the CHILD…Think TODAY…Think the FUTURE™…According to Fredrick Douglass 'It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.' Therefore, it is Taiwo Akinlami's fundamental approach to Child Protection that Enlightenment is Superior to Enforcement™

Responses
Enlightenment is superior to Enforcement. Hmmm i like that.
I guess by both the school and the parents?
I feel u

Systems Approach to Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious refer to coordinated and professionally established prevention and response measures for the protection of the precious children under our care from all forms of abuse like physical, sexual, emotional, neglect and any other act or omission that are not in the best interest of the precious children under our care

The five components of a system arebasic principles of Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children either as Primary or Secondary Caregivers
So securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious children begin with our commitment to do so recognising that the number one responsibility of a school is not to teach but to protect… Because our precious children do not feel protected learning cannot take place…

The commitment to secure a protective environment for our precious children does not answer to wishful thinking… It answers to meticulous planning…

Permit me to say that Securing A Safe and Protective Environment for our precious children begins with a system which must have at least 5 components

So how do we know that a system is effective either at home or in school? Simple we turn to the child… An environment is not safe and protective for the child until child feels safe… A child does not present himself/herself for learning or any activity for that matter until he/she feels safe and protected… Feels at home
Questions
5 components which are :

Permit to share with you the fundamentals of the these five components of a system before sharing with you same: Prologue
Think the CHILD…Think TODAY…Think the FUTURE™…According to Fredrick Douglass 'It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.' Therefore, it is Taiwo Akinlami's fundamental approach to Child Protection that Enlightenment is Superior to Enforcement™

Responses
Enlightenment is superior to Enforcement. Hmmm i like that.
I guess by both the school and the parents?
I feel u

Systems Approach to Securing A Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious refer to coordinated and professionally established prevention and response measures for the protection of the precious children under our care from all forms of abuse like physical, sexual, emotional, neglect and any other act or omission that are not in the best interest of the precious children under our care

The five components of a system are 1. Intelligence 2. Goal or set of goals for protection 3. The Dominant culture o the caregivers 4. Processes 5. Accountability.
intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…

Responses
Evening and well done sir!
That's very true

intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…
Knowledge of the abuser refers to knowing that there are 3 kinds of abusers: 1. Impulsive or reflexive abuser 2. A deliberate abuser and 3. The person who condones abuse by his/silence
The intelligence of who the child is begins with understanding who the child is and permit us to introduce you to the child: Shall We Meet the Child?
CHILDREN
Anyone below the age of 18 years, according to the Child's Rights Act, 2003
C-Care ⎸H-heritage ⎸I-Individuality ⎸ L-Leadership ⎸ D-Delightful ⎸ R-Respect ⎸ E-Engage ⎸ N-Now:
Intelligence in the order elaborated above helps us to lay a foundation for the protection of our precious children
The next component is to create processes which address prevention and response mechanism for abuses
The last but not the least is accountability… Who is responsible for what? Who is your Child Protection Officer?

Any question so far?

Yes,am not too clea 1. Intelligence 2. Goal or set of goals for protection 3. The Dominant culture o the caregivers 4. Processes 5. Accountability.
intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…

Responses
Evening and well done sir!
That's very true

intelligence here refers to 1. The knowledge of yourself as a caregiver 2. The knowledge of the child and the knowledge of the abuser… The knowledge of yourself begins with visiting or revisiting your childhood… We are all products of our childhood influences… We treat children the way we see them… We see them the way we were seeing growing up… The truth is that we cannot give what we do not have… So the first intelligence is to study ourselves…
Knowledge of the abuser refers to knowing that there are 3 kinds of abusers: 1. Impulsive or reflexive abuser 2. A deliberate abuser and 3. The person who condones abuse by his/silence
The intelligence of who the child is begins with understanding who the child is and permit us to introduce you to the child: Shall We Meet the Child?
CHILDREN
Anyone below the age of 18 years, according to the Child's Rights Act, 2003
C-Care ⎸H-heritage ⎸I-Individuality ⎸ L-Leadership ⎸ D-Delightful ⎸ R-Respect ⎸ E-Engage ⎸ N-Now:
Intelligence in the order elaborated above helps us to lay a foundation for the protection of our precious children
The next component is to create processes which address prevention and response mechanism for abuses
The last but not the least is accountability… Who is responsible for what? Who is your Child Protection Officer?

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