Teaching children and young people to recognise and report abuse, and ways to keep themselves safe.
The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum (KS:CPC) is a child safety and respectful relationships curriculum providing age and developmentally appropriate activities for children and young people from age 3 to year 12 (age 17+).
The KS:CPC helps children and young people:
- recognise abuse and tell a trusted adult
- understand what is appropriate and inappropriate touching
- understand ways to keep themselves safe.
The KS:CPC has gained a world class reputation due to its depth of content, breadth of learning, contemporary nature, and requirements for explicit training.
Accessible across the world by:
1,800+ schools, preschools, and childcare centres
500,000+ children and young people
Approved sites and organisations
In South Australia, the KS:CPC is mandated in all Department for Education and Catholic Education sites and is used by schools from the Association of Independent Schools SA. The KS:CPC is also accessed by multiple sites and organisations from across Australia and the world through licence agreement with the South Australian Minister for Education. See the list below or the Access page for more information.