新金山中文学校校长信箱(09092020)Xin Jin Shan Chinese Language and Culture School Principal’s Message

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2020-09-08 06:39
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各位老师、同学和家长:


大家好!上个周日,州长公布了维州疫情限制解禁计划及步骤,最重要的是墨尔本大都会第四阶段的封锁将延长至9月27日,但对目前的封锁规定有所调整,具体有四步要点:

        第一步,从9月14日起,宵禁时间从晚上9点至凌晨5点;现行的四种出门的理由继续执行,并且仍然适用5公里的限制;家庭可在户外停留两个小时;学校将继续进行远程学习;继续在家工作;

         第二步,9月28日开始,托儿和早教重新开放;中小学生分阶段返校,学前,1、2年级,VCE11、12年级可返校;重新开放室外游泳池,每位教练最多可进行两个人的私人培训等;

        第三步,10月26日起,取消宵禁;取消出门的限制;育儿和早教开放;3至10年级的学生开始分阶段返校;建议在家工作;未成年人的户外运动恢复;取消购物限制;

        第四步,11月23日开始,在户外举行公共聚会,最多可容纳50人;3至10年级的学生分阶段返校;如果可以的话,在家工作;取消运动限制;所有零售开放。

         我们何时返校将听从教育部的指令,并会及时报告给大家。这里,请大家继续遵守政府颁布的疫情期间的限制令,我们一定齐心协力、共克时艰。


         我还要跟大家报告一项很重要的事:维州教育部根据儿童安全保护法律的变更,要求所有在社区语言学校工作的教职员工,必须参加一个有关儿童安全保护的培训,必须了解儿童安全行为准则的具体内容。所有教职员工在培训结束后,还将参加相关专题内容的测试。只有通过测试获得证书,以及具有有效的与儿童一起工作检查证书(WWCC)的,才可在社区语言学校里工作。


         政府要求我们保障每一位学生都能在安全环境下学习。我校对此高度重要,在过去的几个星期里,鼓励教师报名参加教育部开设的培训班,并在此基础上举办了全校和分校规模的培训班,目前绝大多数的教职员工已通过培训和测试,并获得了维州教育部颁发的社区语言学校(非政府学校)保护儿童-强制性报告和其它义务培训通过证书。我校还将根据教育部的要求在各校区任命儿童安全员。


        因此,我要在这里向大家特别指出关于儿童保护的五个重要注意点:

第一,对任何有所怀疑的性侵犯儿童的行为都必须向维多利亚州警方举报,且无论何种原因不举报属刑事犯罪;

第二,根据法律规定,对任何有侵犯儿童的行为做出报告,VIT注册教师、心理学家、学校咨询员等是“强制性报告者”:

第三,任何人都可以向DHHS儿童保护组织提出报告;

比如:发现儿童遭受身体伤害或性虐待,或有下列特征的儿童:

  • 被父母抛弃的孩子;2)面临死亡或能力丧失的孩子;3)受到情感或心理创伤的孩子;4) 身体发育或健康遭受伤害的孩子

第四,举报有性虐待行为的儿童;

第五,如果你对孩子的健康状况有所担忧,也要提出报告。


         当发现以下的某个因素可能会对儿童的健康产生重大影响,可就此提出报告: 比如重要的教育问题;家庭冲突或家庭破裂;家庭成员的身体/精神疾病、药物滥用或残疾带来的压力;由于孤立或缺乏支持而造成的心灵脆弱;严重的社会或经济的不利条件等。


         基于此,当我校教职员工发现学生受到虐待,包括身体虐待、性虐待、儿童性诱拐、情绪或心理虐待、忽略或忽视、家庭暴力等,将会报告给相关部门。当然,所有举报内容将受隐私法保护,严格保密的。


        我相信,家长把孩子送到我们学校学习,希望所有的孩子在安全的环境下健康成长,我们所有的教职员工将继续跟家长密切配合,努力打造一个全新安全的新金山校园。


        祝大家平安、健康,阖家幸福!周末网上见!


胡培康

校长




Xin Jin Shan Chinese Language and Culture School

Principal’s Message


Dear teachers, students and parents,


Last Sunday, the Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, announced his government’s roadmap for easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions. The stage 4 restrictions will remain in place for another two weeks, up to 27th September, with four steps:

First step, from 14th September, night curfew will come into place from 9pm to 5am. Residents will need to stay within 5 kilometres of their homes and will still only be able to leave home for shopping for food, exercise, care-giving purposes or permitted work. Residents can have outdoor exercise for up to two hours. Schools remain in remote learning and residents remain working at home.

Second step, from 28th September, childcare and early education will reopen. Schools will remain in remote learning, with a phased return of onsite learning for prep to grade 2, VCE11 and 12 students. Outdoor pools would reopen and personal training up to 2 people would be allowed.

Third step, from 26th October, there will be no curfew and no restrictions on reasons to leave home. Childcare and early education would be open. A phased return of onsite learning for grade 3 to 10 students would be arranged in Term 4.  People will still work from home if they can. Outdoor sports will resume for under 18s. There will be no limits on the number of people allowed to leave a household to go shopping.

Last step, from 23rd November, up to 50 people will be allowed to gather outside. Grade 3 to 10 students would return onsite learning. People will still work from home if they can. There will be no exercise limits. All retail will be open.


We would follow the guidance from DET regarding the time for our school to return onsite learning and let you know as soon as we get updates from DET. Please follow the new restrictions and go through the tough time together.


One more thing I would like to share with you is that DET now requires all the teachers and admin staff to attend a mandatory training regarding child protection. Only those who pass the training assessment and get a certificate along with an active Working with Children Check are allowed to work at community language schools. We need to ensure every single student stay safe and healthy in our learning environment. In the last few weeks, we have encouraged teachers to attend the child protection training sessions organised by DET and CLV. We’ve also organised relevant workshops within the school. Now most teachers and admin staff have completed the training and obtained the Certificate of Completion of: (Non-Government Schools) Protecting Children - Mandatory Reporting and Other Obligations. One Child Safe Officer will also be assigned for each campus to make sure teachers, students and parents know whom to contact if they need help.


I would like to share with you the following information regarding child protection:

  1. All adults must report to Victoria Police where they form a reasonable belief that a sexual offence has been committed by an adult against a child under the age of 16. Failure to disclose the information is a criminal offence
  2. VIT teachers, registered psychologists and school counsellors are mandatory reporters to report a reasonable belief of child physical or sexual abuse to child protection authorities.
  3. Anyone can report to DHHS Child Protection if they form a belief on reasonable grounds that a child has suffered, or is likely to suffer, significant harm as a result of physical and/or sexual abuse such as
  • Where a child appears to have been abandoned
  • Where a child is facing death
  • Emotional or mental harm of a child
  • Emotional abuse and ill treatment of a child
  1. Disclosure of sexual abuse by a child
  2. If you have any concern about a child’s wellbeing, please report it to DHHS or Child First.

Referring to Child First would be appropriate where families:

  • Are experiencing significant parenting problems that may be affecting the child's development
  • Are experiencing family conflict, including family breakdown
  • Are under pressure due to a family member's physical or mental illness, substance abuse, disability or bereavement
  • Are young, isolated or unsupported
  • Are experiencing significant social or economic disadvantage that may adversely impact on a child's care or development.

Therefore, our teaching and admin staff would make a report to relevant authorities if we’ve noticed any child abuse such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, grooming, emotional or mental abuse, neglect and family violence. The identity of the reporters would remain confidential with professional protections.


I believe all the parents are expecting a safe and healthy learning environment when their children come to our school. We would try our best to work together with parents providing a safe campus for all the students.


Stay safe and healthy and let’s see you online on weekends.


Kevin Hu

Principal

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