North Tyneside Safeguarding Children Board

Hello. Welcome to the North Tyneside Safeguarding Children Board website. We hope you will find it a useful resource for keeping children and young people safe. Our website brings together information for children, young people and their families, as well as the professionals who work with them.

If you are worried about a child or a young person report it.
Remember, safeguarding is everyone’s business.

Sharing information in order to  assist and support professionals in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Information to help families keep children and young people safe and to understand the services that are available to safeguard and promote their welfare.

If you or another child or young person is being mistreated or abused by someone and you’re not sure what to do; or if you need to talk to someone or get advice this area is for you.

News

Exam Results – Are you worried

Finding out about your exam results can be very stressful.  You may be worried or not sure what to do next? Whatever the case may be there are things you can do and ways to start to feel better.  You have lots of options available to you and if you want to talk to... read more

Let children know you’re listening

Helping adults respond to children disclosing abuse The NSPCC has created evidence-informed resources to help adults ensure children always feel listened to – to access this resource click here  ... read more

Building Happy and Healthy Futures

Director of Public Health, Wendy Burke is pleased to announce the publication of her third annual report which focuses on the health and well-being of the children who live in North Tyneside. Infants, children and young people represent over a quarter of the... read more

Our Annual Report

This report sets out our key achievements over the past 12 months but also looks ahead to the challenges of the future. The report assesses the effectiveness of the Boards’ joint working arrangements in improving the safety and welfare of the borough’s children.