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SAFE Week – Update

SAFE Week – Update

SAFE Week is nearly upon us and the local community has got behind the campaign with lots going on throughout the week. As part of Safeguarding Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) week there will be a free fun session at Waves pool on Saturday 22nd September from 4 –...
SAFE Week – news flash

SAFE Week – news flash

Free fun session in support of Safeguarding Awareness For Everyone @ Waves Whitley Bay 4.00pm – 6.00pm, Saturday 22nd September 2018 Meet Captain Jack Splash in the purple pool Ride the slide and crash through the Waves Meet the safeguarding team and learn about the...
Keeping Children Safe in Education

Keeping Children Safe in Education

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families and carers has a role to play in safeguarding children. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all...
The Truth Project – Inquiry into CSE Report

The Truth Project – Inquiry into CSE Report

The Truth Project – Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has today published 50 accounts of child sexual abuse and institutional failure. The experiences were shared with the Inquiry’s Truth Project and illustrate a catalogue...
NEW  Sexual Exploitation E-learning

NEW Sexual Exploitation E-learning

This new e-learning module is now available on Learning Pool by clicking here By the end of the module you will: • understand the nature of sexual exploitation, • be aware of signs to look out for, • identify what makes individuals more vulnerable to exploitation, •...
SAFE Week 2018

SAFE Week 2018

SAFE Week 2018 Safeguarding Awareness For Everyone Week will take place from Monday 17th September to Sunday 23rd September. This is the fifth time North Tyneside Council and its partners have worked together on raising awareness of protecting vulnerable children and...
NTSCB Annual Conference

NTSCB Annual Conference

Every year the NTSCB delivers its annual conference highlighting a particular theme or priority for the forthcoming year for all partners.  This year the conference will concentrate on developing a greater understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences....
Five types of abuse you should be aware of

Five types of abuse you should be aware of

Whilst it is not always easy to identify if abuse is occurring, by having an understanding of the categories and the indicators, earlier intervention can be applied. No matter the age, gender, socio-economic status, education or ethnicity, it is important to recognise...
Signs of Safety

Signs of Safety

Signs of Safety is an evidence-based, questioning approach, that keeps the child at the centre of the work we do with them and their family. The Signs of Safety model helps to identify what is working well for the family as a starting point for support and planning....