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Safer Sleep Week - 14th-20th March 2022

10 March 2022

Safer Sleep Week is The Lullaby Trust’s national awareness campaign targeting anyone looking after a young baby. It aims to raise awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and the safer sleep advice that reduces the risk of it occurring.

Harmful Sexual Behaviour – new support service for professionals

9 February 2022

A new national support service for professionals working with children and young people in tackling harmful sexual behaviours is now available. The service is funded by the Home Office, in collaboration with the DfE, and provides initial support and signpost to further resources/advice.

Safeguarding children in faith groups partnership event

26 August 2021

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City SCPs present an online, interactive, partnership event on Wednesday October 27 at 9.30am.   Hear how real-life safeguarding situations were managed, plus an expert speaker on child neglect.

Safeguarding children in sports groups and voluntary organisations

26 August 2021

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City SCPs present an online, interactive, partnership event on Wednesday October 6th at 9.30am.   Hear how real-life safeguarding situations were managed, plus an expert speaker on child neglect.

Baby summer safety

22 July 2021

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City Safer Sleep Steering Group joins the Lullaby Trust in promoting safer sleep messages for the summer months.

Child Neglect Strategy

3 June 2021

Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children Partnership launched its new Child Neglect Strategy at the Partnership Forum on 18 May 2021.

Relationships Really Matter

3 June 2021

Our new resource Relationships Really Matter is now ready to be shared with parents and professionals.

New Pathway to Provision

20 April 2021

The guidance has now been updated and a short briefing note provides details of changes that have been made:

Elective Home Education

15 April 2021

A new learning bulletin is now available which provides an easy guide for professionals with key messages about Elective Home Education.

Harmful Sexual Behaviour – resources for professionals

16 March 2021

The Brook Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool is now only available to those who have attended a training course. A link to alternative guidance by the NSPCC is now included in the HSB procedures

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