ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Links to a variety of useful resources from other organisations and professional bodies to support schools and partners in their work to keep children and young people safe.

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DfE & ACPO Drug Advice for Schools

Advice and guidance for local authorities, headteachers, school and governing bodies

Home Office NPS (Legal Highs) Resource

Guidance for educators and practitioners

PSHE Association

Drugs and Alcohol Education

Quality Standards for Effective Alcohol and Drug Education

The Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service (ADEPIS) is commissioned by the DfE to provide high quality information and advice for practitioners

Stacey Miller Consultancy

Specialist in Drug and Alcohol support, intervention and training in Hampshire

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Life. Live It

Red Cross Emergency Education for 6-11 year olds.

Netmums

Calling 999 – Essential Safety for Children

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Victus

Provides Home Office accredited training and links to resources and publications. Offers Channel awareness eLearning and information on understanding the Prevent duty in schools.

Foundation Online

Training for for govenors, support staff and practitioners

Let’s Talk About It

Useful information and resources

Lockdown Plan template

Gov.uk

Resources on Prevent Duty Guidance, Promoting Fundamental British Values, safeguarding advice for schools and childcare provider, teaching approaches that help build resilience to extremism among young people, and the use of social media for online radicalisation.

NPCC Flyer

National Police Chief Council reporting extremism resource

Parliament Education UK

Connecting schools and young people to Parliament – Resources for schools/HE/FE

PREVENT4Schools (P4S)

Resources for Primary, Secondary, FE/HE

PREVENT for FE and Training

Online training modules and information

Hampshire Police Website

To report an incident or require advice call 101; however, if a child is in immediate danger of harm call 999.

Wildfire Sexting Prevention and Awareness Campaign: An award winning* animation produced by students from Robert May’s School in Odiham; the winning entry of our #PoliceApprentice competition where students developed and presented campaign ideas to educate other young people on the dangers of sharing nude pictures and content via digital devices.

*Winners of the Suzy Lamplugh Young Persons Safety Award 2017

Child Exploitation Online Protection Command (CEOP): Homepage

Childnet: Information, advice and publications specific to sexting

  • ‘Picture This’ Drama Based Group Activity: A practical educational sexting resource that addresses and questions the sensitive issue of sending sexually explicit messages or photos electronically to educate young people about the consequences of creating and sending indecent images. Includes 25-minute play script, lesson plans and film clips.
  • Childnet International provide school visit service; click here for details

National Police Chief Council: Article relating to current police action in response to youth produced sexual imagery. Full briefing document (Nov 2016)

NSPCC: Information for talking to children about the risks of sexting and what you can do to protect them

South West Grid for Learning (SWfGL): sexting information homepage

  • Advice for Schools, Responding to and Managing Sexting Incidents:  Infographic providing general advice and guidance.
  • With Friends Like These: Video resource which aims to raise young people’s awareness of the consequences of sharing and publishing images online, demonstrating how things quickly gain momentum and get out of control. Includes lesson plans, play script/storyboard and character clips
  • So You Got Naked Online: Booklet for young people who may have put a sexting image or video online and have lost control over who it’s being shared with. Also useful for parents to support manage a situation.

UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS): Homepage

Department of Health FGM information leaflet (available in multiple languages)

Free Online FGM Safeguarding Course – provided by Virtual College

NSPCC dedicated information and resources

Free, Anonymous FGM helpline 24/7: Call 0800 028 3550

Email: fgmhelp@nspcc.org.uk

Advice & Support

Action Against Abduction

http://www.actionagainstabduction.org/

Email: support@actionagainstabduction.org

Videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/ActionAgainstAbduction

Child Abduction Hub

Information and advice on all types of child abduction, whether by family members, acquaintances or strangers.

http://www.childabduction.org.uk/

Government International child abduction

Free sources of advice and support.

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/international-child-abduction-free-sources-of-advice-and-support

National Family Mediation Service

Child Abduction in separation.

http://www.nfm.org.uk/index.php/separation-issues/co-parenting/child-abduction

‘Is this Sexual Abuse’ Report – what it means.

Department for Education (DfE)

‘Sexual violence and sexual harassment between children in schools and colleges’

Reports & Publications

Action Against Abduction 2014 review of ‘stranger danger’

http://www.actionagainstabduction.org/?portfolio=beyond-stranger-danger-published-in-2014.

Highlights inherent difficulties with the ‘out of date’ approach, looking at the main problems:

  1. Focusing attention on the threat from strangers can detract from the greater danger posed by someone known to children.
  2. Teaching children to be wary of strangers can inhibit them from seeking help if they are lost or in distress.
  3. Psychological studies have demonstrated that children of all ages struggle to distinguish a stranger from a non-stranger. Young children often think ‘nice-looking’ or ‘kind-sounding’ people are not strangers. Conversely, strangers are often perceived to all be ‘mean-looking’.
  4. Adults are often not consistent in applying rules not to talk to, or take things from, strangers.

Children Commissioners Report 2017

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse – The Role of Schools. Findings show 90% of primary schools still delivering ‘stranger danger’ classes (refer to p.11)

https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/publication/preventing-child-sexual-abuse-2/