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Newham Safeguarding Children Partnership

Welcome to the Newham Safeguarding Children Partnership

An early update for you this week as the Coalition are taking a well-deserved long bank holiday weekend break from Friday to Monday.

We wanted to signpost you below to several items this week: a report with a forward from our Chair, Sir Norman Lamb, a recent briefing produced by our lovely hosts Centre for Mental Health and highlights of this weeks news.

With schools reopening next week we wish all our children and young people a warm welcome back. For those who are worried about returning back to school Place2Be have put together a series of resources to support your child.

Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition

 

SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS

Student guide to post-16 qualification results: summer 2020here.

Student guide to appeals and malpractice or maladministration complaints: summer 2020here.

Student Minds have been working on a new programme, Student Space, to support students through the coronavirus pandemic.

Results and Clearing: A mental health guide for prospective students from Charlie Waller Memorial Trust here.

 

 

During the current COVID-19 arrangements, more people will be volunteering and coming across people and situations they have not seen before.
As a volunteer is important you create a safe and welcoming environment, where everyone is respected and valued, this behaviour is at the heart of safeguarding. It’s about making sure you play a part in identifying or preventing harm, harassment, bullying, abuse and neglect. It’s also about being ready to respond safely and well if there is a problem. Safeguarding children is really important. A child or young person means anyone under the age of 18 – this means protecting individual children from abuse and maltreatment or preventing harm to children’s health or development.

An interactive webinar safeguarding training is available for anyone supporting the COVID19 outreach effort. To find out more please contact LSCB.Administrator@newham.gov.uk.

If you are worried about a child call 020 3373 4600 (9am – 5.15pm) OR 020 8430 2000 (other times), if it is an emergency dial 999.

USEFUL LINKS

Help and advice for those who have, or are suffering from domestic abuse

https://www.newham.gov.uk/health-adult-social-care/domestic-violence-support/1

 

Safe Spaces for help and support if you are experiencing domestic abuse,Boots UK, Superdrug and Morrisons pharmacies, as well as independent pharmacies across the country

https://www.hestia.org/uksaysnomore

 

‘Hidden in Plain Sight’ – A Youth Work Response to Gangs and Exploitation during COVID-19

https://nya.org.uk/2020/06/hidden-in-plain-sight/

 

Go to A&E

In the last couple months many parents may have been worried to take their children to A&E due to covid-19. Here is what some Newham children’s and young people have to say about it.

https://youtu.be/m3xBUR5Fl9I

Safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility and the purpose of these web pages is to encourage the widest possible participation in the work of Newham Safeguarding Children  Partnership.

To co-ordinate what is done by each agency to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.

To ensure the effectiveness of what is done by each agency and by agencies working together.

As part of this, the board will :

  • develop child protection procedures and policies
  • ensure child protection work is of a consistently high standard
  • arrange training for staff who work with children, parents and families
  • raise awareness generally about the need to protect children and how members of the public can help.

Click here for NSCP Newsletter March 2020

Click here for NSCP Newsletter May 2020

Click here for NSCP Newsletter July 2020

 

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Learning & Training Courses

Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) states “There is a shared responsibility between organisations and agencies to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children in a local area”. A wide range of multi agency training is available to all providing a service to Newham’s children, young people and families. Click the link below.

 

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