Parents and caregivers are aware of the importance of e-safety and participate in training and guiding young people about their online behaviour. When following up on this agreement, teachers record records for each child and record the violations that occur so that they can intervene and communicate with the student and family in order to raise awareness and change when needed. In accordance with the instructions of the Information Commissioner`s Office, parents/facilitators are cordially invited to make videos and digital images of their children at school events for personal use. In order to respect the privacy of all and, in some cases, to benefit from protection, these images should not be published/made available to the public on social networks, nor should parents/animators decide on activities with other students/students in digital/video images. This authorisation form is accompanied by a copy of the Directive on the Authorized Use of Students, so that parents and facilitators are aware of young people`s expectations of education. · The student reception service is made available to ensure the safety of students during school dropout and to pick them up after school. Parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up students during the supervised periods and in accordance with the arrival and redundancy schedule described above. A student receives a higher notification signed by a parent and returned the next day. Early registration and end-of-recording incidents are recorded separately. I know that my son/daughter has signed an acceptable use agreement, and that he has received or will receive esafety training to help them understand the importance of safe use of technology and the Internet, both at school and at school.
The school will comply with the general data protection regulations and will seek permission from parents and facilitators before taking pictures of school members. We will also ensure that young people cannot be identified from their names when posting images. Based on classroom rules and the school code for student behaviour, students miss the break and receive notification to parents of behavioural injuries. Notifications must be signed by a parent and returned to the teacher the next day. · After the 4th year of training, a formal letter will be sent home for parental signature and a conference will be organized with parents, students and teachers to develop strategies to mitigate persistent delays. 1st-3rd Violations: Parent notification to be signed and returned to the teacher The JTFS Agreement Directive was developed by a committee of parents and collaborators to strengthen practices and develop habits among our students that would promote academic success and ensure the best possible learning environment. Every year, students, parents and staff are invited to sign our JTFS Pact, which is committed to respecting their part of this agreement. As a school of choice, respect for the principles of this agreement is a prerequisite. It is our responsibility to monitor student respect and to intervene to bring students and families to meet our expectations.