Child protection part 1

Child protection

● Understand what safeguarding is, why it’s important and whose responsibility it is 

● Be clear on the 4 main types of abuse 

● Know how to spot the signs and indicators of abuse 

● Be aware of specific safeguarding issues 

● Know what to do if you think a child may be experiencing or is at risk of, abuse    What is safeguarding?   

● Protecting children from maltreatment 

● Preventing impairment of children’s health or development
● Making sure children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of  safe and effective care 

● Taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes

Keeping Children Safe in Education
 
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Why is safeguarding important? 

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Your actions have real and significant implications, and that they have an important role to play in protecting young people. 

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St Ann's School
Headteacher: Gillian Carver

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