Author: Caroline Wilson

New Male Inclusive Workshop for Frontline Practitioners

We want to help change the conversation we have with and about fathers/male carers and the way in which services can engage and support them. To help do this we are holding two virtual frontline practitioner workshops on male inclusive practice in October 2022. We’re really pleased to be delivering this as a joint session…
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New Professionals Guide to Supporting Children & Young People Who Present with Harmful Sexual Behaviour

We’re pleased to share our new Professionals Guide to Supporting Children & Young People Who Present with Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB). Research tells us that anywhere from one fifth to two thirds of child sexual abuse is committed by children and young people. So we hope this guide will support professionals awareness of the issue,…
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The Independent Review of Children’s Social Care

Led by Josh MacAllister, The Independent Review of Children’s Social Care published its final report in May 2022. This is essential reading for anyone involved in the safeguarding and support of children, young people and families. As part of the review’s work Josh MacAllister has written to children, young people and families to share how…
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An Opportunity to ‘Meet and Greet’ the Special Education Needs and Disability Service

The Special Education Needs and Disability Service (SEND) would like to invite staff across Plymouth to come and find out more about them and the support they offer. A number of ‘Meet and Greet’ sessions have been organised during 2022 to raise awareness of  the role of SEND including SEND Early Help, AHELP, Children’s Disability…
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‘Sharing the Brain Story’ Training: New Dates Added

We are pleased to share that our NSPCC colleagues in Plymouth will be delivering their  ‘Sharing the Brain Story’ training as part of our multi agency learning offer.  These free workshops for Plymouth practitioners aim to introduce participants to a cutting edge approach of using tested metaphors that explain the science of brain and child…
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Our Plymouth Young Safeguarders want to remind you of their Ten Wishes and what they need from you

Our Plymouth Young Safeguarders have been busy reminding professionals of their Ten Wishes and what they need from all of us to help keep them safe and feel valued. They want us to know that the Ten Wishes are just as relevant as they were when they developed them in 2014 but felt they didn’t…
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Free NSPCC ‘Sharing the Brain Story’ Workshops

  The NSPCC in Plymouth have just released 3 new dates for their ‘Sharing the Brain Story’ training for Plymouth practitioners. These free workshops aim to introduce participants to a cutting edge approach of using tested metaphors that explain the science of brain and child development and the impact of trauma. It aims to support…
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Safer Sleep for Plymouth Babies : Free Online Presentations from The Lullaby Trust

    The safer sleep message for Plymouth babies is The Lullaby Trust. We all have a part to play whatever our role to help share the safer sleep message and support families with the most up to date information. The Lullaby Trust have produced a series of short online presentations aimed at professionals as…
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We’ve done a Webcast! New Adverse Childhood Experiences Learning Resource

We’ve been busy developing our multi agency trauma informed training into our new online webinar format. As part of the pre-course preparation and reading for the course we developed a webcast on adverse childhood experiences. A huge thank you to Anna Moss, Vicky Brooks and Sarah Cox for your time, energy and compassion shown in…
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Multi-agency Training : New Arrangements for September 2020 to December 2020 Confirmed

In the Safeguarding Children Partnership we want to make sure that professionals across the multi agency network have access to high quality learning as we all begin to get used to the ‘new norm’ of working following Covid 19. So, we are pleased to announce that our training programme will resume in September 2020 ….just…
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