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The sun is shining and many families are taking their summer holidays. The Lullaby Trust want families to enjoy the summer and keep their babies safe, so have released some tips to support parents.
Co-produced by South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL), UK Safer Internet Centre and Prof. Andy Phippen, the report looks at the relationship between digital technology and young people's wellbeing.
Four posters have been created by the NWG, designed to raise awareness of keeping children safe in sport.
Sexual Exploitation can happen to any child, anywhere. Tell Someone!
From 1 January 2019, the Children and Family Early Help teams will be known as Strengthening Families
Tell Someone is a campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation within Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Worcestershire.
While the summer holidays are in full swing your children may be spending more time on their gaming devices.
14 July is the National Day of Remembrance of all those lost in honour killings.
Telford & Wrekin Council is holding informal ‘drop in’ sessions at which any survivors of child sexual exploitation are welcome and can meet those tasked with delivering the Inquiry..
Win or lose there is no excuse! Don't stand on the side lines - SAY NO TO ABUSE!
Musical.ly, a social network designed to share user generated music and videos contains adult material and can be used to groom children. Please ensure your child is safe when using it.
The TWSCB's second online safety briefing note has arrived. This one looks at Kik Messenger, WhatsApp and Tumblr.
OoVoo is an online App that children seem to love. If used properly it is a fun App but children need to be aware that they need to keep themselves safe.
With all the tech children may have received over Christmas please keep your children safe online with this guidance