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My Hero is You, how kids can fight COVID-19! is available to download here.

Childline has updated it’s Coronavirus webpage to include tips for children and young people on coping at home during lockdown. Advice includes:  keeping in touch with friends online and talking to people at home; staying busy with things like school work or hobbies; and speaking to a trusted adult or parent if they need support.

CoramBaaf have issued some advice on Coronavirus/Covid 19 and fostering. Click here to read more.

Safeguarding is now talked about a great deal by those working in the frontline with children and adults at risk as well as the media and politicians. However, making it real and making it happen is not so easy.

In recent years we have designed and run many short training workshops for different local authority staff in the Midlands. This could be for home care and enablement workers, reception and customer service staff, housing, environmental services and licensing as well as planning, community safety and sport and leisure.

Here are some quotes from the participants and the commissioners:

“… learnt a lot about safeguarding as I was not sure what was involved …” Home care worker

“… it was very relevant since my team has a lot of face to face interaction with service care users …” Enablement team leader

“ … the trainer has a breadth & wealth of knowledge & is so flexible on dates & adapting material for different staff …” L & D Business Partner, Borough Council

“    the trainer knows her subject & is passionate about it; she manages to cover a difficult topic in an emotive but not emotional way …” L & D Officer, District Council

 

Why not consider using some of our workshops for your council?

Have a look at the outline programme and get in touch for more details Safeguarding in Action outline

Caring for Children who have been Neglected outline

A new National County Lines co-ordination centre has opened in response to this growing problem which typically involves gangs and organised criminal networks involved in exporting illegal drugs across the UK and  exploiting children and vulnerable adults to do this .

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https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/children-looked-after-in-england-including-adoption-2017-to-2018

The Department for Education (DfE) has published statistics for children referred to and assessed by children’s social services in England for the year ending 31 March 2018. Figures show there were 404,710 children in need at 31 March 2018, an increase of 4% on the previous year; the number of child protection plans at 31st March 2018 has increased to 53,790, an increase of 5.3% on the figure for 2017.

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