An ensemble of the finest musicians offering class, quality and versatility

Safeguarding policy

The SBOL works with children and vulnerable adults in education and community settings, in work placements in the office and with occasional child player/performers with the Orchestra. The SBOL is committed to the well-being and safety of every child and vulnerable adult we work with.

Principles

In all our work with children and vulnerable adults we adhere to the following principles:

1. The well-being and safety of each child and vulnerable adult is our primary concern.

2. We respect the rights and dignity of every child and vulnerable adult we work with.

3. Children and vulnerable adults are treated equitably and sensitively, regardless of disability gender, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or age, in line with the SBOL’s Equal Opportunities Policy.

4. The professional relationships between SBOL players and staff and the children and vulnerable adults they work with are based on mutual trust and respect.

5. SBOL players and staff seek to achieve a balance between artistic outcomes and the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of the children and vulnerable adults we work with.

6. The feelings and concerns of any child, vulnerable adult or their parent/carer are listened to and acted upon.

7. All SBOL players and staff who work with children and vulnerable adults, have a responsibility to prevent the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of any child with whom they come into contact. Any suspicions or allegations of abuse are taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately.

8. Staff recruitment and selection processes for staff involved in work with children and vulnerable adults include Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks at the enhanced level, and specific questioning of referees in relation to the candidate’s suitability for working with children and vulnerable adults.

9. DBS checks are also carried out for any SBOL players and extras engaged in any work which involves regulated activity or substantial unsupervised contact with children or vulnerable adults.

Contact us

For further details or to arrange a planning session

Email education@thesymphonicbrassoflondon.co.uk
Phone +44 7411 223 221

 The Symphonic Brass of London album

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A Bridge Over the Pyrenees

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