Social Distancing Safeguarding Policies
During this period of shutdown and social distancing, we are working digitally to connect, create work and support each other. In order to to protect staff and participants we have the following policies:
Online guidelines for Young People
Guidelines for More Music Staff Working Remotely with Children and Young People
Online social media have become an important part of people lives and how they communicate with each other, particularly for young people. We have developed an E-safety policy based on good practice in the youth work sector to ensure our staff, volunteers and participants have clear guideline on what is acceptable online behaviour.
E Safety Policy
Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy
We take the safety of the young people, children and vulnerable adults who we work with extremely seriously. In line with the Safeguarding Act 2006 and Children Act 2004, we have created a detailed document outlining our approach to ensuring safety through Prevention, Protection and Support.
Safeguarding Children and Adults Policy
Even we get things wrong sometimes. But we seek to learn from our mistakes in order to avoid making them again. If you have experienced something that you have not been entirely satisfied with or would like to offer some feedback to help us improve our services, please look through our Complaints procedure
Code of Conduct
All More Music staff are expected to abide by our code of conduct, which details their responsibilities as More Music staff and what the organisation expects of them when they are in our employment. Code of Conduct