Safeguarding information and child protection

Safeguarding Information and Child Protection

Keeping children safe in Education

Keeping children safe in education Sep 2020

Child Protection Policy 2021

Child protection policy 2021- 22

Prevent Action Plan

Selston Prevent Action Plan

Working together to safeguard children

Working Together To Safeguard Children Guide

Nottinghamshire County Council Website

Prevent Duty and Radicalisation – Appendix 19

Appendix 19 Prevent Duty and Radicalisation

FGM Appendix 20

Appendix 20 FGM


NSPCC – The Underwear Rule

The NSPCC wants to help parents and carers talk to children about staying safe.  The Underwear Rule is just one way that, together, we can prevent child abuse.

The Talking Pants Parents’ Guide tells you all about it.

For further information, please visit the NSPCC website below:-

Keeping Children Safe Online

Please click on the link below for useful information from Nottinghamshire Police:-

Police are urging parents to make sure they know who their children are talking to online after primary school pupils were targeted.

The youngsters, aged between nine and 11 were using the ooVoo app – a multiple user chat service – on which a man befriended them and posted sexual images. One of the children told a teacher what had happened and it was reported to the police.

We are asking parents to get involved in what children are doing online.

Keep your kids safe!

Please be mindful that this particular App is not the only one where there have been safeguarding concerns; perpetrators do utilise any platform where they can access children.

For a full list  of Apps which can be used as a platform to access children please visit the Nottinghamshire Police website; the list is not exhaustive and please be aware that new Apps are constantly developed which children and then potential perpetrators access.

It is also worth noting that the minimum age is not necessarily a bar to children if they enter their incorrect age.