Legislation/Policy Document | Assessor Name: Yvonne Haywood | Candidate Name: Sera Hughes | Award/level: Level 2 Cert – Supporting teacher. | | LEGISLATION/POLICY TITLE (please delete as appropriate):Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy. | Where is this policy/information kept in your workplace?School office. | Who is your point of contact with regard to this policy/information? The designated person is Susi Whittome and deputy designated people are Claire Eastwood, Patrick Hill, Wendy Proctor, Mary Farley and Liz Nzekwe. | Units covered: | Summarise the main points of this policy:It identifies the responsible persons in the school and explains the purpose of the role, describing what should be done if anyone in school has a concern about the safety and welfare of a child at school. In addition it identifies the particular attention that should be paid to “vulnerable “ children. Training expectations are also set out in the policy. It also outlines how complaints against staff in this context are handled in addition to detailing the record keeping and monitoring requirements. It clarifies how children will be kept safe through the everyday life of school. | What are your responsibilities within this policy?To report instances of actual or suspected child abuse or neglect immediately to the Designated person with responsibility for child protection. Complete a Child Protection Concern sheet. Be alert to the risks posed by strangers or others (including the parents or carers of other pupils) who may wish to harm children in school or pupils travelling to and from school and take reasonable steps to lesson such risks. In addition all staff are expected to adhere to a code of conduct in respect of their contact with pupils and their families within the safeguarding framework. | Have you attended any training within this policy?No | Candidate signature:Date | Assessor signature:Date:
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region IV–B MIMAROPA
Division of Oriental Mindoro
Naujan West District
P. GARIS MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
All children and young people have the right to go about their daily lives without the fear of being threatened, assaulted or harassed. No one should underestimate the impact that bullying can have on a person’s life. It can cause high levels of distress, affecting young people’s well-being, behavior….
on Safeguarding Children (child protection) in November 2012 and am aware of the signs and symptoms of child abuse, physical, emotional and sexual, and those of neglect. This policy shall be shown to parents explaining my responsibilities, how I keep their child +-en) safe and what I will do should I ever have any concerns. Parents will be asked to sign this document as proof that they have read and understood it. I have also taken the time out to understand the policy and information around it.….
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Everyone who participates in Cockermouth Titans ARLFC is entitled to do so in an enjoyable and safe environment. The (Organisation/Club) have a moral and legal obligation to ensure that, when given responsibility for young people, coaches and volunteers provide them with the highest possible standard of care.
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This essay examines the legislation, policy and carepractice relevant to the case study of Sebastian and Belle Yanovsky, and theirparents Ms. Jo Butler and Mr. Zalman Yanovsky. The main issues for discussionare: the legislation relevant to the case study, the role of the family courtsystem, the role of the 'looked after' children review system, child protectioncase conferences, the criminal justice system, and the practical issues whicharise from these. The purpose of the essay is to analyze each….
Child protection: Evaluation of policies and procedures influenced by legislation and historical context.
Throughout this evaluation I aim to identify the positive and negative factors that support and influence the formation and structure of our policies and procedures; surrounding safeguarding and child protection.
We cannot understand current procedures for child protection unless we understand
past experience and how lessons from history have informed current practice. Safeguarding has been….
This report distinguishes and compares one main child abuse case post 2005 with two pre 2004 cases. In the analysis of the three cases, commonalities and distinguishing factors will be examined and critically discussed, thereby demonstrating clear and sound understanding of child abuse. Recent theory on child abuse and relevant models of such abuse and their ramifications and effect on the Early Years Setting, where I am currently employed will be one of the main focus points of this paper.
Child protection and safeguarding has been a major issue of concern in primary schools prompting the enacted of The Children Act (1989) that ensures that children are protected from abuse. Child protection refers to activities undertaken to ensure children who are vulnerable to suffering as a result of abuse or neglect are protected. England’s Department of Health recorded cases of child abuse under four different categories;….
Every single child in the world regardless of race, culture, gender, age deserves to be loved, cared for and kept free from harm and abuse. Children have a right to enjoy their childhood free from violence, injury or abuse at the hands of adults. This right is preserved in law, from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child down to national laws and guidelines which cover all children not just those that are abused and neglected. In 1987 the Department of Health introduced the Child Abuse guidelines….
Abuse and neglect are forms of maltreatment of a child. Someone may abuse or neglect a child by inflicting harm or by failing to prevent harm. Children may be abused in a family or in an institutional or community setting, by those known to them or by a stranger, for example, via the internet. They may be abused by an adult or adults, or another child or children. Child abuse can have major long-term effects on all aspects of a child's health, development and well - being. Research from the USA….