Child Y SCR

Croydon Safeguarding Children Board has today published the Serious Case Review of Child Y which was commissioned in September 2017. Child Y, 15, was the victim of a fatal stabbing on 8 August 2017. Although the stabbing was deemed to be gang-related and a group of young people were convicted of his murder, Child Y […]

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Keeping Children Safe in Education – Poster

Keeping Children Safe in Education – What you need to Know A poster highlighting its key points of Keeping Children Safe in Education is available to download and print. It promotes what is safeguarding and what you need to do. Download your copy of the poster here – KCSIE-Key-Points-Poster-2019 It has been produced by www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk

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Review of School Exclusion

The Government commissioned a review of exclusion practice in schools. This has now been published. Given the findings of our own Vulnerable Adolescents Review, this paper is of interest. It explores the practice of excluding children, and looks at why some groups or pupils are more likely to be excluded. Timpson_review_of_school_exclusion. May 19

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CSCB Neglect Strategy 2019-2021

The Croydon Safeguarding Children Board Child Neglect Strategy introduces a shared approach to preventing and responding to neglect. It gives focus to the spectrum of needs arising when sub-optimal parenting can become neglect – from early help to child protection, and the role all agencies can play in supporting a child impacted by neglect. The […]

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Parenting Programmes Summer 2019

A range of parenting support programmes are available, including Triple P 0-12 and Teen Triple P. These strength-based parenting programmes provide parents with a number practical strategies and enhance their confidence in managing their children’s behaviour. For more click Parenting programmes delivery schedule – summer 2019

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