Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including E-safety
The current legislation for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people starts with all agencies working with the children, young people and their families taking all reasonable measures to ensure that the risk of harm to the children’s welfare are minimised this might include sexual abuse, physical or emotional abuse, or neglect. Significant harm is prevented by using a child assessment order, an emergency protection order, a recovery order or a police order, where there are concerns about children and young people’s welfare, all agencies will take appropriate action to address those concerns, working to an agreed local policies and procedures in full …show more content…
with regards to: health and safety, anti-bullying, protection of children online, and photography.
• To work within the guidelines set out by the local safeguarding children’s board
• All staff and volunteers working with children will follow EYFS welfare requirements with regard to criminal record bureau checks,
Safeguarding children procedure
All staff will be aware of possible indicators of child abuse and procedures for recording and reporting through staff training, both internal and external.
Records will be kept as