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        All candidates we place in schools are expected to actively follow the school’s guidelines. Each school expects all of its students to receive the highest possible quality of teaching and learning within a positive, respectful, and safe environment. In addition, candidates are required to develop and maintain the character of the school. Candidates should understand that their own behaviour and the manner in which they conduct themselves with their colleagues, students, parents, and other stakeholders, sets an example.

        Vision Teaching consider it important to clarify the expected standards. All adults working with children and young people are in a position of trust in relation to the individuals in their care. Candidates are expected to adopt high standards of personal integrity and conduct and behave in such a way that does not compromise their position either within or outside of school.

        The guidance aims to:

        • Keep children safe by clarifying which behaviours constitute safe practice and which behaviours should be avoided
        • Assist adults working with children to work safely and responsibly and to monitor their own standards and practice
        • Support leaders in setting clear expectations of behaviour and/or codes of practice relevant to the services being provided
        • Support safer recruitment practice
        • Minimise the risk of misplaced or malicious allegations made against adults who work with students
        • Reduce the incidence of positions of trust being abused or misused

        The Vision Teaching Code of Conduct should be read and adhered to in conjunction with the following Vision Teaching policies: