It is also used by the World Bank with regard to economic and societal development and by management experts as a way of thinking about organizational development. We examine its nature, some of the issues surrounding its use, and its significance for educators. It took some time for the term to come into widespread usage.
For further information in the meanwhile, please see tri. Welcome to the latest online version of safeguarding children procedures for Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City Safeguarding Children Boards.
In addition to updating the core procedures and practice guides, we have also redesigned the manual to improve clarity and ease of access. We have also reviewed the content of the Local Practice Guidance in the Additional Procedures section to avoid inconsistencies and duplication with the Safeguarding Guides.
Please use the four buttons below to link to the information you require: Core Safeguarding Procedures will take you to the key section of the manual for guidance concerning the investigation and assessment of child abuse; Safeguarding Guidance links directly to the part of the manual where more specific and detailed information about how to respond to different types of abuse is explained; Additional Resources were formerly known as Local resources and contains links to local practice guidance, templates and tools which will be of assistance in working with children and families; Report a Concern remains as a shortcut to direct anyone to the appropriate place to raise concerns about a child being harmed or ill-treated.
Click here to see the latest amendments to the manual. The Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire LSCB websites contain additional information about local news, training opportunities and learning from case reviews and can be accessed through the link at the top of this page.
Please take time to familiarise yourself with the manual and the way it works if you would like to be informed of when your manual is next updated please Register for Updates following the link from the Resources Tab. Local guidance can now be accessed through the Additional Resource Library.Everything NICE has said on services and care for looked-after babies, children and young people up to 25 in an interactive flowchart.
- A Guide to the Education of Looked After Children. We know that looked after children have significantly lower educational attainment than their peers, but that with the right care and support they can realise their full potential, which is why we have developed this essential education guide.
Sarah Daly Head of Children's Social Care: Sarah Daly.
Before joining West Sussex County Council, I spent four years at the London Borough of Merton where I was the head of service for looked after children. In advance of the United Nations Day of General Discussion, Children in Wales has published a response to the Child Rights Connect, (CRC) consultation on Children Human Rights Defenders.
Welcome to the Interagency Safeguarding Children Procedures of the Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children Board (NSCB) and the Nottingham City Safeguarding Children Board (NCSCB). Detective Inspector John Paul Freer from the North Yorkshire Police Vulnerable Adults Team gives an insight into the work the Force is doing to prevent and combat these offences.