They are appropriate for Designated Safeguarding Leads and other staff but please note that there is no requirement to refresh training for those staff who have already undertaken the WRAP session.We will continue to incorporate WRAP training into our 2-day course for new DSLs. Talking About Self-Harm workshop – 29 September 2017 Please click here for further details about this workshop.The document will open on the notes page where information is given about what guidance states should be in place in schools and colleges.The worksheet to record training and induction is accessible via the tab at the bottom of the notes page.As a Lancashire, Blackpool or Blackburn with Darwen school, should you require any help or support, please contact 01772 413366.Colleagues in other parts of the country should contact their local Constabulary teams.The Lancashire P4S site was originally launched in 2012 by the Pan-Lancashire Prevent for Education Group.Following immensely positive feedback and an unprecedented growth in use by schools across the UK, the site has seen recent revisions to ensure currency.
You will find clear guidance along with links to all the materials including a new interactive package from the UEA to help staff consider children making disclosures about abuse and harm (resource 2 on the My School webpages).As with the original P4S site, this resource provides a variety of practical materials and broader guidance to support schools with educating and safeguarding pupils against the dangers of radicalisation and violent extremism.The links above provide access to a range of classroom materials identified according to phase to support schools.There will be a morning workshop which will be repeated in the afternoon on 29th September 2017. The venue will be in the Cambridge area and will be confirmed shortly.
In order to register for the morning session please use this link https:// In order to register for the afternoon session please use this link https:// Norfolk DSL Twitter Account - @norfolkdsl We are now signed up to Twitter and will be using this as another means to communicate messages to Designated Safeguarding Leads across Norfolk.The learning objectives for these sessions are to: • Begin to understand a ‘common language’ and terminology around Harmful Sexual Behaviour in children and young people • Understand how to use the Brook Traffic Light tool for early identification of HSB in children and young people • Understand how to use the Brook Traffic Light tool to identify potential level of concern about Harmful Sexual Behaviour • Think about ‘next steps’ for training for their organisation in assessment and intervention for Please see Norfolk Children Safeguarding Board Booking PREVENT WRAP Sessions A number of Workshops to Raise Awareness of Prevent are now available staff.