Korimako Education Legal Requirements
Korimako Education facilitators are familiar with school policies, their associated procedures and protocols and abide by them. Initial meetings with principal at beginning of contract determine school processes relating to health and safety, privacy and vulnerable children act requirements.
Korimako Education follows the Ministry of Education Child Protection Policy as this specifies that it covers all employees, contractors and volunteers working for the Ministry’s national and regional offices.
The vulnerable children's policy referred to above is an essential document for induction and ongoing coaching. Facilitators have a clear understanding of potential ethical impacts of work when working with children, particularly vulnerable children, and with educators. Understanding how the unintended use of power impacts on engagement and accuracy of data, ensuring the security of data, gathering informed consent, confidence of privacy, etc. are just some of the ethical considerations that are factored into facilitator learning. Regular coaching sessions with an external coach has established a sound checking system for this.
Health and Safety
Korimako Education's Health and Safety policy is shaped around the requirements for school Health and Safety Policies on the MoE website.
Covid-19 on our way of working needs to be specific. Korimako Education will follow government policies relating to the current level of threat. We will also identify the school ways of working and follow these. Good practice includes the following:
To align our policy with the schools we work in, facilitators will: