Thank you for visiting the CSCBs Safeguarding in Education Toolkit site.  The aim of this site is to provide information to Education Providers in Croydon in a quick and accessible format.  This site has been designed to concentrate on key themes that may impact on the lives of children and young people attending Nursery, Primary, Secondary and Post-16 provision, in both the state-funded and independent sectors.

Current Guidance Documents

You can contact the Safeguarding Education Officer for help and advice.

PLEASE NOTE: She is NOT a referral route. If you need to make a referral, please contact SPOC

Remember you can access a number of free, face to face and online courses for Safeguarding via our Learning & Development pages.

For free on-line courses, available 24/7 please follow this link:On-line Learning Link

Emotional Health & Wellbeing Referrals

Please use the following link to make a referral:

Annual Education Safeguarding Audit

The most recent Audit is currently being finalised. If you require previous audits please ask for details:


Education Safeguarding Must Reads

Following a Coroners hearing in the South West, the Coroner asked that guidance on calling 999 for an ambulance be shared with all educational establishments. The aim of the guidance is to help and support education staff when calling 999 in order to achieve an appropriate and timely response. Please distribute and display appropriately within your education setting.

Ringing 999 for ambulance guidance

Have you considered a defibulator at your setting? Training is not required to use a machine. If you would like further information on this please contact:


Other Useful Resources

We have a host of relevant links and resources on our other pages, specific to professionals, parents and children. Please check them out.


If you would like to share resources or would like us to provide information on a key theme that isn’t listed, please email:




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