KIDS@THE-GROVE Child Protection Training Quiz
Name (first and last please!) *
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Email Address *
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Why is it important to have a Child Protection Plan?
For every two adult team members, how many infants may they supervise?
For every two adult team members, how many Toddlers and Preschoolers may they supervise?
For every two adult team members, how many Elementary-aged children may they supervise?
Which of the following will be adhered to when accompanying Children to the washroom? *
Choose "Yes" for those that apply
Two (2) Ministry Personnel will escort a group of Children to the washroom
One (1) Ministry Personnel will escort one Child to the washroom.
A group of Children may go to the washroom unsupervised (no escort required)
One (1) Ministry Personnel will escort a group of Children to the washroom with one (1) Hall Monitor appointed to assist with washroom and security duties.
Choose appropriate and inappropriate ways of touch *
Speak to a child at eye level
Kiss or ask a child to kiss you
Touch anywhere that would be covered by a bathing suit
Place arm around the child’s shoulder to comfort or quiet
Help a child in the washroom while observed by another team member
Hold a child’s face to discipline
Extended hugging, or any prolonged contact
Hold a child’s hand
Allow a child (Kindergarten or older) to sit in your lap.
Give a child a high-five or fist pump to encourage them
In the Nursery, who is permitted to change diapers? *
(choose "yes" for those that apply
A youth team member in view of other team members
An adult team member in view of other team members
An adult team member regardless of other team members being in view
The child's parent
Medications are administered by parents only with the following exceptions *
(click Yes for those that apply)
Epi-Pens with written instructions and approval from parents
Epi-Pens with verbal instructions from parents
Allergy shots with instructions from parents
Pills with written instructions and approval from parents
Inhalers with written instructions and approval from parents
When should you contact the parent and fill out an incident report? *
Choose "yes" for those that apply.
For any case of injury
For any accidents that may cause discomfort or embarrassment of a child
For any case of conflict with another child (hitting, biting, kicking - abusive language or gestures)
For any case of medical emergency
Unscreened observers (parents and other adults) may *
Choose "Yes" for those that apply
Be in a position of trust with their own children
Administer their child's medication
Be in a position of trust with children not their own
Pick up their children without the leader consent if they are regular members
Where can you find the first-aid box? *
Check "Yes" for all that apply
In the rolling cabinet in the gym.
In each classroom's resource cart
In Pastor Mike's Office
At the Information Desk in the Foyer
Which items are forms of bullying? *
A dirty look
Saying sorry
Rolled eyes
Sharing toys
Listening intently
A nudge
A pinch
High fives
A turned shoulder
What are the three kinds of bullying that have been recognized.
Which of the following are generally acceptable forms of discipline in Kids@The-Grove
Physically discipline a child
Speak in a calm, firm, kind voice
Talk down to a child, towering over them to let them know you mean business
Try to sort through the situation using positive language
Which of these ways is okay to communicate with a child outside of church: *
NOT Okay
"Friending" them on Facebook
Sending notes and cards for absences, birthdays and other occasions
Phoning a child with parent permission
Sending an email to a child via the parent.
Tagging a child on Facebook
The Gimme 5 Rules include which of the following:
Child Abuse Scenarios
Mary, age 4, complains to you about stomach pains as soon as she arrives in your classroom. When you ask Mary to point to where it hurts, Mary pulls up her shirt and reveals bruises on her stomach and chest. You take Mary out into the hallway for privacy and ask how she got the bruises. Mary responds, “I’m not supposed to tell,” and begins crying uncontrollably. Mary refuses to respond to any additional questions. What legal obligations do you have? What moral obligations do you have? *
Your answer
Noah, age 7, received several unsatisfactory marks on his report card. During a large group game, Noah tells you that his mother was mad and gave him a “whoopin” over his report card. You ask if he was hurt anywhere or had any bruises. Noah said no. You observed no visible marks or bruises on Noah’s exposed legs or arms. Noah explained that his mother whoops all the kids in the family with her hand, or sometimes with her bedroom slippers, when they’re bad. Then he ran off to play with his friends. What is your legal obligation? What is your moral obligation? What would you do? *
Your answer
For the past couple weeks, Katrina has come to class with several bruises on her arms. You have observed that Katrina is moody, somewhat withdrawn, frequently she is observed playing roughly with her dolls and other classmates. On one occasion Katrina comes to church with a black eye. You suspect child abuse, but when you question Katrina she says she fell down on the way to school and got that black eye. Let's look at two questions. The first one is should you contact Katrina's parents about your suspicions of child abuse? Do you have a responsibility to report your suspicion of child abuse, and if so, to whom? *
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