National Sibling Sexual Abuse Project’s Reports Published
23rd June, 2022
Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support have published three reports which they hope will continue to assist and support you in providing the best possible support for those affected by SSA, the form of child sexual abuse considered to be most common within the family setting in the UK.
National CSPR – summary learning
21st June, 2022
The National Child Safeguarding Practice Review on Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson was published on 26 May.
Webinars and Workshops for parents and carers to support young people
4th March, 2022
The NSFT psychology in schools team run a program of parent on-line webinars and workshops throughout the year to provide up to date advice and guidance on how parents and carers can support the young people in their life.
“Don’t take risks” for Safer sleep for babies
16th December, 2021
A new campaign from NSCP and Just One Norfolk (Cambridge Community Services) has been launched urging new parents not to take risks with their babies’ sleeping arrangements.
7-minute Briefing Paper for professionals on suicide in children and young people
3rd December, 2021
Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership has recently published a very useful 7-minute briefing for professionals on suicide in children and young people which includes warning signs to be aware of, how you might consider responding to concerns and where to go for further help.
Early Help – Everyone’s Responsibility
21st September, 2021
As with safeguarding, early help is everyone’s responsibility and relies upon all organisations and agencies working together.
Everyone’s Invited – guidance for schools
12th April, 2021
Following concerns raised by testimonies on the ‘Everyone’s Invited’ website, the 3 Lead Statutory Partners of the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership have today sent out a letter to all Norfolk education providers offering support, advice and guidance.
This is how #WeveGotThis
2nd February, 2021
A new campaign is launching this week aimed at helping promote emotional well-being and resilience in children and young people.