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Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020

The Department for Education has published Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 This guidance applies to all schools and colleges and is for: headteachers, teachers and staff governing bodies, proprietors and management committees It sets out the legal duties schools and colleges must follow to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people…
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Community Safeguarding Leaflet

The current lockdown restrictions mean that right now, vulnerable children and adults may be particularly isolated. This means that the family, community and professional networks they usually rely on may be unavailable or hard to access. The Home Office, in collaboration with a number of other Government departments, have produced information for those who are…
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RETURNING TO SCHOOL AFTER COVID-19

AN APPROACH INFORMED BY AN UNDERSTANDING OF RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE A team of psychologists from across Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have published three webinars to support staff as they (start to) return to school following COVID-19. Without time for reflection and discussion (which is recommended), the webinars run for 15 – 20…
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E-Learning Resources

Due to the Coronavirus, all face-to-face training provided by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Adults and Children Partnership Bpard has been cancelled. Safeguarding awareness e-learning is available via our e-learning page which can be accessed by a range of partners. This will includes links to national and local training and webinars We will continue to…
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Emergency Legislation Relaxes Council’s Statutory Duties to Vulnerable Children

The government has introduced emergency legislation to relax local authorities’ statutory duties to vulnerable children in England until at least September. The new rules, which will come into force today (24 April), will see amendments made to 10 regulations regarding children’s social care including care proceedings, foster care and adoption arrangements. Regulations surrounding residential care including children’s homes, residential special…
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Changes to Children Services due to Covid-19

During these unprecedented times it has been necessary for Childrens Services to make some immediate changes to the way in which services will be delivered. We need to reduce the volume of work coming into the Front Door so that we can ensure that our reduced resource is absolutely able to focus on the children…
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