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Multi-Agency Procedures

We provide standards for agencies and a framework to promote children’s welfare and protect...

Children & Young People

Advice about friendships, having relationships and what to do if you are worried or...

For Professionals

Safeguarding information and procedures for people working with...

Learning & Improvement

Find out about the latest safeguarding courses on offer for professionals, parents and young...

Parents and Carers

Information for parents and...

Resource Library

Find out about the latest safeguarding courses on offer for professionals, parents and young...

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Talking to your children about terrorism

NSPCC have provided advice that can help parents talk to their children who are worried about terrorism and recent events in Manchester

Blue Whale Challenge

In February 2017 a number of reports emerged in the media regarding a “suicide game” most commonly known as the Blue Whale Challenge. As part of this game the player signs up and agrees to follow instructions over the...

Audit of the Vulnerability Checklist

The North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board (NYSCB) is undertaking an audit of professional's knowledge, understanding and use of the Vulnerability Checklist...

Safeguarding - Notice Check and Share - Making the Link

It offers the opportunity for key decision makers within safeguarding to understand and engage with the 'Notice Check & Share' process, highlighting key stages of involvement via case studies, whilst also promoting the integral work of the local Community...

New Learning Management System

In accordance with Working Together (2015) the NYSCB maintains a Learning and Improvement Framework. To support or vision and the Learning and Improvement Framework we aim to increase staff morale and confidence, enabling good practice. A key to enabling...

What stops people reporting child abuse and neglect?

Most people find the decision to report child abuse a difficult one. They worry about overreacting or being wrong, and may question whether they have strong enough evidence, or if they have misread the signs of abuse or misunderstood a...

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