Physical contact. Parents give their consent to such physical contact as may accord with good practice and be appropriate and proper for teaching and instruction and for providing comfort to a Student in distress or to maintain safety and good order, or in connection with the Student's health and welfare.
Physical contact. The Parents consent to such physical contact with the Child: as may accord with good practice; or as may be appropriate and proper for teaching and instruction; or for providing comfort to the Child in distress; or to maintain safety and good order; or in connection with the Child's health and welfare. The Parents also consent to the Child participating in contact and non-contact games and other activities as part of the normal Nursery programme. The Parents acknowledge that while the Nursery will provide appropriate supervision the risk of injury cannot be eliminated.
Physical contact. 27.1. Subject to any government guidelines or regulations (such as Covid 19 restrictions) you consent to such physical contact with your child as may accord with good practice; or as may be appropriate and proper for care, teaching and instruction; or for providing comfort to the child in distress; or to maintain safety and good order; or in connection with the child's health and welfare.
Physical contact. 11.2.1 The School will not use or threaten corporal punishment. Physical contact is only permitted when such contact is lawful and appropriate in respect of the curriculum (including curricular and extra-curricular sports and activities), or for the safety and welfare of your child, including in order to avert an immediate danger of personal injury to, or an immediate danger to the property of, a person (including your child). Please refer to our Physical Restraint Policy available on the School website and in hard copy form for detail on our procedures for dealing with such circumstances. Unless you notify us to the contrary, you consent to your child participating, under proper supervision, in contact sports and in other normal sports and activities which may entail some risk of physical injury.
Physical contact. Sexual contact is never acceptable in the therapeutic relationship. While it is the aim of therapy to help you to feel comfortable to talk about problem issues some of which includes sex, romance, and explicit language, it is not acceptable to engage in a romantic or sexual relationship with your therapist. Please be aware that you are welcome to and encouraged to discuss problems and issues and you are welcome to use whatever language you choose to do so. It is crucial that the relationship you have with your therapist (Xxxxxxx Xxxxx LCSW) is a therapeutic one and therefore please keep your comments directed on you or please discuss problems you are having in doing so. Please know that sometimes sexual comments or references you make may shed light on your beliefs and perceptions. When this happens your therapist will explore your comment professionally and in a non-shaming way within a therapeutic non-sexual relationship.
Physical contact. Threatening or causing unwanted touching, contact, or attempts at same, including patting, pinching, brushing the body, or coerced sexual activity with or by a fellow staff member, student, or other person associated with the District, or third parties. With respect to students, the question of whether or not physical contact is unwanted or consensual is irrelevant where such contact is engaged in by District employees or other adult members of the School District community.