Data protection in schools is a must. Schools work with an incredible amount of personal data. This includes information such
Since 1st July 2015, all specified authorities have a responsibility to ensure that they demonstrate compliance to Prevent duty, with
Food hygiene standards, overseen by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) are a set of guidelines that help to protect
In July 2015, all schools and childcare providers became bound by duty under section 26 of the Counter Terrorism and
Global levels of radicalisation are rising. This is particularly prevalent in younger individuals who are vulnerable and susceptible to indoctrination.
Practitioners in different settings, such as nurseries, schools, care homes, GP surgeries, after school clubs and child care will all
When working in the care sector, moving and handling is often a considerable part of your job. Here we will
Every organisation has a named person for the designated safeguard lead and this was specified in the Children Act 2004.
This blog will explore how you can help and support a young child that is struggling with their mental health.
For someone living with dementia, it is important that they get access to the support available for them, this in
When you are caring for someone with dementia to know how to support them the best way possible, a person
A Disclosure and Barring Service check, better known as a DBS check is a process that is crucially important for
It might be argued that to point out some indicators that autism is present in a child is subjecting them
Disclosure is the process by which a child will let someone know that abuse is taking place. This may not