Safe environments

Part five of the IncludED@OSHC learning journey

Part five of the IncludED@OSHC learning journey

Children with complex disabilities need to feel safe in their environment and also with staff and peers.

Safety is not just physical safety – it includes emotional, psychological and cultural safety.

At your service, you will need to create safe spaces, minimise risks and support children's physical and mental wellbeing.

The National Quality Framework for education and care explains the standards for safe environments you should meet

Below, learn how to achieve and exceed the National Quality Standard.

Safe environment pages


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These modules are relevant to this section: