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Buzz Us - New Service Launched

Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-4.30pm Call us: 01609 777662 or Freephone 0800 0087452 Email: schoolmentalhealthproject@compass-uk.org Web: www.compass-uk.org

Sexting - Youth Produced Sexual Imagery

The Government have provided guidance on Sexting in Schools, we would like to share a couple of useful documents around this topic.

Peer-on-peer abuse toolkit for schools and colleges

The toolkit provides guidance on developing and introducing a peer-on-peer abuse policy and a template peer-on-peer abuse policy

Safer Internet Day 2018 education packs

The UK Safer Internet Centre has produced education packs for ages 3 - 18 which include lesson plans, assemblies, posters, and other quick activities.

Keeping children safe in education: consultation on proposed changes

The Department for Education (DfE) is consulting on proposed changes to its statutory guidance on keeping children safe in education.

NYSCB Chrismas Message and Office Opening

NYSCB would like to wish you a Wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year.

New Briefings - Serious Case Review – Radicalisation

In partnership with North Yorkshire Community Safety Partnership, North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board are holding a number of 1 hour briefings aimed at professionals working with Children and Young People within North Yorkshire.

December Manager Masterclasses - Places Available

The next round of NYSCB Developments in Safeguarding: Managers Masterclasses are taking place in December. These training events provide opportunities for managers from multi agency organisations to consider current issues relating to Safeguarding Children and the impact it has for...

Child Sexual Exploitation and Boys briefing

During Safeguarding Week 2017 North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board delivered Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and Boys briefing across five localities in North Yorkshire. The briefings covered:

Safeguarding Audit for the Voluntary Sector

The contribution of voluntary sector to safeguard and ensure the welfare of children and young people is extremely important. Both the North Yorkshire and City of York Safeguarding Children Board’s are seeking your assistance to help develop their understanding of...

Leeds PREVENT Conference - Windows into Extremism

Leeds City Council is holding PREVENT conference looking at ‘Windows into Extremism – Approaches to Supporting Vulnerable Individuals’ ...

Safeguarding Week - We can all play a part in spotting and reporting abuse

The need for everyone to play a part in helping to spot abuse in its many forms was the key message from a York and North Yorkshire conference that brought together professionals working to safeguard children and adults.

Changes in how to access Comprehensive Child Protection Pathway Training

As of the 1st October, NYSCB Partners will be able to access the CCPP course via North Yorkshire Education Services http://smartsolutions.northyorks.gov.uk

Safeguarding Week - Everyone can help to spot the signs of abuse

Abuse can happen to anyone and can take many different forms – which is why the theme of this year’s safeguarding awareness week from 9 to 13 October is ‘Safeguarding is everybody’s business’.

Consulation launched on Self-Harm Pathways

As part of the Developing Excellence in Local Public Health (DELPH), a sector led improvement programme that all the Directors of Public Health in Yorkshire and Humber are signed up to, we would like to review the current self-harm pathway...

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