WhistleBlowing Policy

Child at Street 11 Whistleblowing Policy and Procedure


Child at Street 11 (the “Centre”) is committed to strong corporate governance and promotes  an open and transparent culture. Employees, vendors, parents, children under the care of the  Centre and other stakeholders are provided an avenue to express concerns on any serious  wrongdoing/ malpractice in particular in relation to fraud, controls and ethics. 

This Whistleblowing Policy and Procedures (the “Policy”) is intended to provide a framework  to promote responsible and secure whistleblowing without fear of adverse consequences.  Whistleblower may use the procedures set out in the Policy to report any concern or  complaint regarding questionable accounting or auditing matters, internal controls,  inappropriate behavior of teachers and staff in handling the children under the care of the  Centre, conflict of interest, or any other matters involving fraud, corruption and employee  misconduct. 

Reporting Procedure 

Concerns have to be raised in writing or in-person to the Chairman of the Audit Committee (the “AC”). Emails can be sent to risk@street11.org.sg or audit@street11.org.sg. For in person reporting, the Chairman of AC is to follow up with a written report of the issue raised  and have the concurrence of the whistleblower before a case is logged.  

To effectively evaluate and investigate the issue raised, all critical information relating to the  issue have to be provided and be as specific as possible. Key information includes details of  the parties involved, dates or period of time, the type of concern, evidence substantiating the  complaint, where possible, and contact details, in case further information is required.  

Management of Whistleblowing Incidents 

All instances of whistleblowing will be logged including anonymous with factual concerns or  complaints and independently reviewed by the Chairman of AC. Where necessary, the issue  is to be investigated by an Investigative Committee, which is led by a member of the AC appointed by its Chairman. Results of investigation will also be reported to the AC. 

The whistleblower’s identity and the concerns raised will be kept confidential, unless as  required by the law to reveal to parties such as lawyers, the police or investigators. 

Chairman of AC is to report any whistleblowing incident to the Board at the conclusion of the  investigation. Any follow-up action is to be discussed and decided by the Board.

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