Safeguarding guidance and procedures relating to children missing from education, behaviour and safety, elective home education and anti-bullying.
Information and guidance for discussions with parents and carers
Advice, guidance and signposting to assist schools with their Early Help Offer.
A guide for new head teachers and designated safeguarding leads - updated January 2020.
Helping to achieve best practice in safeguarding children within Derbyshire, ensuring that every Derbyshire learner attends a 'Good' or 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated school.
Advice, guidance and signposting to assist schools with tackling bullying.
Guidance, policies and procedures relating to school age children missing from education.
Legislation and guidance from the Department for Education.
This section provides information and links to Starting Point, Tri X procedures, the education sub committee and school safeguarding forums and events
This section explains our procedures for when a child is withdrawn from school to be educated at home.
Information and resources for out of school and off site activities.
Advice, guidance and signposting to assist schools with online safety and digital forms of bullying.
Keeping you up to date on trending school safeguarding issues and themes.
Model policies, safeguarding procedures and guidance.
Information to safeguard children including links to training, DSL forums, safeguarding conference, school examples showcasing good practice and partner agencies.
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Supporting inclusion within schools
Information and resources for raising awareness of children playing in derelict buildings.
Online safety information and guidance.
Children at risk of exploitation includes information on child sexual exploitation, trafficking and county lines.
Derby City and Derbyshire have guidance and procedures if a person's behaviour at work, home or online, causes concerns about their suitability to work or volunteer with children or young people.
Information and useful resources from the NSPCC.
Most children spend time staying with friends and relatives at some time during their childhood, however, for some children these arrangements can be longer term.
Bullying can be unprovoked and involves behaviours which disrespect, hurt, threaten or frighten one or more persons. It involves a perpetrator or perpetrators, a target or targets and witnesses.
On 1 September 2016 new statutory guidance was introduced to enable us to implement the legal duty for children missing education (CME).
Statutory guidance for governing bodies of maintained schools and proprietors of academies in England.
Staying safe with fireworks.
Drug and alcohol issues guidance.
Guidance for schools, colleges and educational providers in Derbyshire, on managing child protection/welfare records which includes record keeping, conferences transfer, storage and retention.
Agencies with information on safeguarding issues.
Guidance for dealing with separated parents.
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