How we support schools
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Schools should contact us to register.
To download the app, click on the appropriate link below.
If you need help with the App:
Call: 087 550 8681
Anonymous Reporting App
- Learners can report anonymously on anything that is challenging them.
- The reports can be managed within the school by appointed Ambassadors and Investigators.
- The school can appoint as many ambassadors and investigators as they deem fit.
- The school use push notification to inform learners globally of any messages that they may need to disseminate, like “No Blazers Today”, “Sport cancelled because of rain”, “Hamburger special at the tuck shop”.
Anonymous Reporting App for Schools
Schools able to find out about issues sooner thereby being able to deal with the issues before they become too big.
Our specialist investigations include Sexual Assault, Paedophiles,sexting, grooming, Bullying and more.
Our dynamic workshops address threats we regularly identify in our investigations.
Proactively fighting crimes against children is extremely important and ultimately can make the difference.
Sexual Offenders Register Clearances
The clearance against this register is mandatory and failure to clear staff against this register can result in criminal prosecution and a sentence of a fine and up to seven years imprisonment, or both.
Much of our investigation work is to assist adult survivors of child abuse. All too often, adults today are challenged by dark secrets from their childhood, and The Guardian is available to discuss options and even assist in investigations of crimes that happened many years ago.
Read Testimonials and Reviews from clients of The Guardian and hear their stories on how the Anonymous Reporting App has helped them.
How we support parents
We pride ourselves on a dynamic and constantly adapted service for parents to warn of changing threats to children and provide parents with the tools to ensure their child’s right to protection is being fulfilled.
How we support your child at school
It is important that parents look at what schools are doing to safeguard their children.
Investigation for Parents
This type of work is more about ensuring the best interests of the adult survivor and the child victim.
If you have contact with children in your work environment, you need to be cleared.
YESTERDAY’S BREAKING NEWS HIGHLIGHTS THE NEED FOR BETTER SAFEGUARDING Breaking News released 21 July 2020: Link Schools across South Africa have appointed The Guardian as their Official Safeguarding Partner. All Schools should have at least an updated safeguarding...
The Guardian has assisted thousands of teachers become SACE Registered over the years and we are able to assist you with this.
SIGNS TO LOOK OUT FOR IF YOU SUSPECT SOMEONE IS BEING CYBER-BULLIED
This conference seeks to assist National Sports Organisations implement their responsibilities as set out by the IOC and the Kazan Action Plan.
Learners choose to adopt a culture of silence when faced by the myriad complex challenges being negotiated by adolescents today.
The inaugural seminar, 10 May 2019, will aim to prioritise some of these areas of concern, and as a starting point, will begin the conversation with “Breaking the Code of Silence”.
Aimed at children across the spectrum, the Speak Out campaign launched in April 2019.
In February 2019, The Guardian launched the 1-in-3 campaign across all our channels and social media platforms.
Humans, crave so badly for certain people to accept us that when those people hurt us, we will generally only tell those who we think won’t judge us. And for children it is normally other children. This app gives learners the platform to report so help can come before its too late.