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Safeguarding

Operation Encompass

The school has been given the opportunity to take part in a project that will run jointly between schools and the Metropolitan Police Service. This project is known as Operation Encompass.

 

Operation Encompass is the notification to schools that a child (under 18) has been exposed to, or involved in, any domestic incident. This will ordinarily be done by the start of the next school day.

 

We can then use the information that has been shared, in confidence, to ensure the wellbeing of the child. We may be able to make provisions or adjustments to assist the child and their family.

 

We are keen to offer the best support possible to all our pupils and we believe this will be extremely beneficial for all those involved.

 

https://www.operationencompass.org/

 

Safeguarding Links

Please take a look at these websites where you can find information and other links to safeguarding all children across Hillingdon and the UK.

 

The Hillingdon Safeguarding Children Partnership brings together all the main organisations who work with children and families in Hillingdon, with the aim of ensuring that they work together effectively to keep children safe.

Home - Hillingdon Safeguarding Children Partnership Arrangements (Hillingdon LSCB) (hillingdonsafeguardingpartnership.org.uk) 

 

If you are worried about a child or are concerned about an on-going issue involving a child please contact Hillingdon Stronger Families Hub on 01895 556006 , or alternatively if you feel a child is in immediate danger then call the Police emergency number 999.

 

Stronger Families - Hillingdon Council 

 

NSPCC 

If you are concerned about a vulnerable child or would like advice please contact the NSPCC: 

Tel: 0808 800 5000

Email: help@nspcc.org.uk

Text: 88858

Website: www.nspcc.org.uk

Stop Abuse Together

New government resource to help keep children safe from sexual abuse It’s estimated that one in ten children in England and Wales will experience sexual abuse before they turn sixteen. That’s equivalent to three in every classroom.  Most children won’t tell anyone at the time of their abuse. That’s why it’s important for everyone to know how to spot the potential signs of child sexual abuse and where to go for support if concerned. The government’s new Stop Abuse Together website can help you learn to spot the signs, and know when it’s right to reach out for more support.  If you feel something’s not right, you can call the NSPCC helpline on 0808 800 5000. No matter what’s happened, there’s always someone who will listen to you and take what you say seriously.  All children have a right to be safe from sexual abuse, and we all have a role to play in keeping them safe. Let’s stop abuse together.

National Child Exploitation Awareness Day – 18th March 2022

National Child Exploitation Awareness Day is a time for organisations to raise awareness about the importance of all forms of exploitation. This includes modern slavery, criminal exploitation, sexual exploitation, and trafficking.  The aim is to highlight and share good safeguarding practice and key areas for practice development linked to exploitation.

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