FOR INDEPENDENT DAY SCHOOLS
“Our partnership with SOS ThreeSixty has been a game changer for the culture at Charles Wright Academy. Providing faculty and staff with the tools to think critically about interactions, language – and other areas of concern with students – is vital to keeping students safer and ensuring faculty and staff can do their jobs with confidence.”
Head of School, Charles Wright Adademy, Tacoma, WA
We are child safety experts and independent school leaders providing comprehensive training to independent day schools.
We understand the unique privilege and enormous responsibility that comes from working with children and being an integral part of their present and future success.
The SOS ThreeSixty team has devoted their lives and careers to protecting children. To learn more about our Leadership Team, click here.
At the conclusion of our Boundary Training Course, each individual staff member will receive a Certificate of Completion for accreditation, insurance, HR and legal requirements. Our course exceeds the requirements of most insurers.*
The student experience and student vulnerabilities.
Building strong relationships with students.
Defining grooming and explaining how it often goes unnoticed.
Boundaries & appropriate adult/student interactions.
The role of the educator and staff.
Managing student and family expectations.
Addressing a questionable situation.
Access given for 30 days.
Let your staff learn at their own pace with our recorded training content. The course presents the fundamentals of strong boundaries in a way that speaks specifically to your school’s culture.
The relatability of the content and specific case studies are key to its effectiveness. The content is prepared to reflect independent day schools, empowering your staff to be effective in supporting a safer school community.
The training provides tools to address situations, clearly defining and articulating reporting structures.
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Effective and appropriate boundaries between staff and students are fundamental to having a safer school, where everyone in your community shares the same understanding of their responsibilities.
When educating staff about safety, policies and training must reflect a school’s culture. The information provided needs to be delivered in a way that is easily understood by all staff – teaching and non-teaching – and leaves no opportunity for misunderstanding.
The culture of your school is threaded throughout all activities in your community. Boundary Training should be no different. The training should be relatable and specific, to address any situation that may come up within your school.
The SOS ThreeSixty, Inc. program helps make your school safer and will engage the school community in a culture of student safety.