Safeguarding guidance and procedures relating to children missing from education, behaviour and safety, elective home education and anti-bullying.
Our strategy to prevent and tackle bullying has been developed in consultation with children and young people, their families and partner agencies.
Guidance, policies and procedures relating to school age children missing from education
Legislation and guidance from the Department for Education and OFSTED.
Schools S175 audit information, Starting Point, Tri X procedures, education sub committee campaigns and school based initiatives
Emerging school safeguarding issues and themes.
We provide two different types of free support for schools, general road safety support to help pupils learn vital road safety skills and help to provide the Smart Rider cyclist training.
Model policies, safeguarding procedures and guidance.
Links to training including DSL forums and safeguarding conference, school examples showcasing good practice and partner agencies, all working together to safeguard children.
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On 1 September 2016 new statutory guidance was introduced to enable us to implement the legal duty for children missing education (CME).
What's required for a child protection conference.
Domestic violence or abuse notifications.
Model safeguarding policies for schools to use.
Information and links to safeguarding training.
Bullying can be unprovoked and involves behaviours which disrespect, hurt, threaten or frighten another person or group of people. It involves a perpetrator or perpetrators, a target or targets and witnesses.
Statutory guidance for governing bodies of maintained schools and proprietors of academies in England.
Most children spend some time staying with friends and relatives at some time during their childhood. However, for some children these arrangements can be longer term.
Legislation requires that all children from birth to the end of the statutory school age are licensed by the local authority in which they live to take part in a performance on stage or in a broadcast.
Children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are adversely affected by negative attitudes and perceptions of difference including forms of discrimination which often involves bullying.
We're committed to ensuring every child and young person in the county has the opportunity to grow up in a safe community.
The aim of the Prevent strategy is to reduce the threat to the UK from terrorism by stopping people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
Helping to achieve best practice in safeguarding children within Derbyshire, ensuring that every Derbyshire learner attends a 'Good' or 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated school.
A guide for primary and secondary schools. This guide has been written by Dawn Hull and Dr Jo Clarke of the Derbyshire Educational Psychology Service.
To assist professionals and practitioners, working with children and families, when they are determining the level of need and intervention.
Referring a child missing from education.
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