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Code of Conduct

We have a number of expectations of you for your participation in this programme.


We expect you to:

  • Wear appropriate clothing and ensure your video background is appropriate in camera-on sessions.

  • Only use appropriate language - any offensive language or disrespectful behaviour will result in you being removed from the meeting immediately.

  • Please inform other members of your household the time & location of the call for participatory sessions, to avoid any inappropriate language/behaviour in the background.

  • Never share any inappropriate audio, video or images. 

    Inappropriate behaviour is anything which makes a participant feel uncertain, uncomfortable or fearful or which disrupts the session for other participants.


We expect you to:

  • Attend each session you are invited to; if you are unable to attend, to watch the recording.

  • Engage with the activities in each session.

  • To complete all evaluation tasks.

  • Let us know if you are struggling to attend sessions due to personal circumstances, workload or any other reason. (We'll be more than happy to try to find a solution; and understand that sometimes circumstances can make things tricky!)

Online Programme Responsibilities

​We expect you to:

  • Mute your microphone when you are not speaking

  • In sessions where cameras are expected to be off, to keep your camera off.

  • In sessions where cameras are expected to be on, where possible, to put your camera on.

  • To have an open door visible in the background when joining camera-on sessions. 

  • Ensure that your screen name has been amended so that it only includes your first name and the first initial of your last name (e.g. John Smith would be John S).

  • Ensure all paperwork is completed and submitted for the session you are attending, including permission forms, in good time. If your paperwork has not been submitted, then you may not be able to take part in the event.

You must not:

  • Disclose your own personal data (e.g. full name) to anyone except designated members of College staff who will be checking attendance.

  • Communicate privately with any other participant except designated members of College staff. Any exchange over an instant messenger, such as the Zoom chat, must be viewable by at least one designated College staff member.

  • Share the joining links to any of the sessions.

What to do if you have a concern

If an attendee or their parents/carers are concerned at any point during the session with the conduct of any participant or third party, they may contact with the time, date and title of the session to report their concerns. Please use the subject heading “Conduct Concern” when emailing. The ClickCambridge team will handle all such reports according to their severity.

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