Safeguarding policies

Haileybury Almaty takes seriously its responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. This refers to the process of protecting children from maltreatment, preventing the impairment of health or development, ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and protective care, and taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes. Listening to children and to all members of the community is fundamental to safeguarding and is in the best interest of the child. Haileybury Almaty is committed to a ‘speak up culture’ and strongly believes that if concerns are raised early then intervention can help to keep the child safe. 

At Haileybury Almaty we recognise that all adults, including teachers, tutors, housemasters, administrative staff, volunteers, temporary staff and governors, have a full and active part to play in protecting our pupils from harm, and that the child’s welfare is our paramount concern. All staff at Haileybury Almaty commit to providing a caring, positive, safe and stimulating environment that promotes the social, physical and moral development of the individual child. At Haileybury Almaty we strongly believe that safer children make more successful learners.

If you would like to read through our Safeguarding Policy and Guidelines, please refer to the section on policies here on the school website.

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03.08.2020 The School is now closed for the summer holiday. 

Dear Parents, 

I have written to you on a number of occasions recently and, as promised, I am pleased to share with you the full Campus reopening roadmap for our two Haileybury schools in Almaty and Nur-Sultan. 

As you can see, we have tried to cover every aspect of a safe and secure opening for our schools and we are confident that we have adopted the best practice from around the world.

However, please understand that this is a live document and is subject to change, adaptation and addition as we gain further information from around the world and indeed our own Ministry of Health and Education. 

In terms of exactly who we can welcome back onto campus at the start of the academic year, we continue to have a dialogue with the Ministry of Education, and we will clarify that as soon as we are officially informed. 

Kind regards,

Ian Hunt, Chairman of the Board of Governors

We are currently taking applications for a very limited number of new places for August 2020. If you would like to make an enquiry about joining our School, please visit the admissions page for details or contact the Admissions Team on admissions@haileyburyalmaty.kz