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Serious Case Review – Child T

Serious Case Review – Child T

The North Tyneside Safeguarding Children Board, in conjunction with the Highlands Child Protection Committee, has published the executive summary for the Serious Case Review relating to Child T. NTSCB Independent Chair Richard Burrows has produced a briefing on the...
DfE Consultation – Out-of-school settings

DfE Consultation – Out-of-school settings

The Department for Education have opened a consultation on a voluntary safeguarding code of practice of out-of-school settings.  The guidance is a good step-forward and long overdue. The lessons from child abuse in organised activities have clearly shown the risks to...
PANT’s – NSPCC Campaign

PANT’s – NSPCC Campaign

The NSPCC’s successful PANTs campaign is designed to allow parents to start easy conversations with their children without having to mention scary words like sex or abuse. It teaches them that their privates are private and that their body belongs to them....
Young DeafHope

Young DeafHope

Young DeafHope is a unique project working with young Deaf people of eleven years and older, to raise awareness of abuse and domestic violence. The aim is to help young people change or avoid abusive behaviour, and to help them to have healthy relationships and stay...
Annual Report 2017-18

Annual Report 2017-18

The latest annual report of the North Tyneside Safeguarding Children Board has been approved by its members and shared with all key partners. The report highlights the main achievements of the work of the Board and demonstrates how it has been able to be sure children...
The challenge of training volunteers

The challenge of training volunteers

Any organisation that has a responsibility to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults needs to consider a robust safeguarding approach for all staff, including volunteers. It is extremely important that volunteers are trained adequately, and...