2.1.1 The entity has age-appropriate strategies to proactively:
- engage with children;
- seek children’s views;
- consult children about decisions that affect them; and
- consult children about what makes them feel safe and how this can be recognised and implemented by the entity.
2.1.2 The entity ensures children are made aware of their rights, including their right to be safe from abuse, and are informed whom to contact if they have concerns about their safety or the safety of their peers.
2.2.1 The entity provides children with age-appropriate information about safe and respectful peer relationships, including through social media.
2.3.1 Where relevant, the entity provides children and families with information, access and/or referral to abuse prevention programs, appropriate to the child’s age, development, ability and level of understanding.
2.4.1 Personnel have the knowledge, skills and awareness to identify potential signs of harm and actively support children to raise any concerns.