Monthly Archives: January 2017

Norfolk Serious Case Reviews Published Today 31st January 2017

The Norfolk Safeguarding Children Board has today published two reports on the Serious Case Reviews for Cases R and S. David Ashcroft, NSCB Independent Chair, has written a statement on behalf of ...

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Signs of Something – New CSE animation 23rd January 2017

A new animation has been produced for police officers and staff in Norfolk to help them identify Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). Click here to view the animation....

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Parental Neglect of Adolescents 18th January 2017

The Children’s Society launched a new report, ‘Troubled Teens: A study of the links between parenting and adolescent neglect’. A former chair of the National Association of LSCB Chairs – Sue W...

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Free FGM Workshops in Norwich

The National FGM Centre and Norfolk and Norwich Hospital have arranged some FREE learning seminars for professionals to gain confidence in addressing Female Genital Mutilation. Date: 6th March 2017...

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DfE Report published on CSE: support in children’s residential homes 5th January 2017

Click here to read the DfE report which was published in December 2016 on Child sexual exploitation: support in children’s residential homes. Click here to view more information and resources on ...

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Health Survey for England results published 3rd January 2017

The results of the Health Survey 2015 were published in December 2016. Click here to read the summary of these results. There is a particularly interesting section on the well-being of 13-15 yea...

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Developing effective practice with families where there is disability or long term illness

Norfolk County Council are running some Practice Development workshops on 'Developing effective practice with families where there is disability or long term illness'. These mandatory half-day work...

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DA Champions Newsletters – November & December 2016

Click here to read the last Domestic Abuse Champions newsletters for November and December 2016. ...

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