On Tuesday the 21st of November 2023 the Newcastle Safeguarding Children Partnership held a development session at the Civic Centre, and over 90 delegates attended to explore how schools can be effective strategic partners in the response and development of safeguarding in Newcastle.
At the development sessions we heard from a range of partners regarding the important role that education plays in the welfare and safeguarding of children and young people in Newcastle.
Sessions focused on the educational landscape of Newcastle, including the challenges and strengths we face, including updates on Educational Neglect, Mental Health and Offensive Weapon Carrying Protocols. Over 90 delegates attended the event
We believe that working closely with partners in education is essential to the positive development of safeguarding children and young people in Newcastle. We are committed to sharing the tools and resources practitioners are using and raising awareness about the work of partners in developing practice. Whether you missed the session or simply want to revisit the content then we hope you will find this information, including presentation slides, and additional materials useful in the development of your partnership working.
Thank you for visiting, and we hope you find our website to be a valuable resource.
Mark Quinn – NSCB Business Manager
Please take the time to read through the material delivered at the session from partners including Children and Young Person’s Service (CYPS), Education, School Health, RISE and the Violence Reduction Unit.
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