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    Lincolnshire schools play key role in preventing domestic abuse

    As part of the national ‘16 days of action’ campaign, organisations in Lincolnshire are highlighting the impact that domestic abuse has on children and young people.

  • Information for parents about radicalisation/extremism

    The educate against hate website offers advice to parents in the form of questions & answers (including online safety and warning signs) as well as available resources.

  • Children’s Commissioner’s Report on Vulnerability

    Latest information from the Children’s Commissioner including; defining ‘vulnerability’, counting measures, categories, & ‘hidden’ children.

  • Online Safety Takeaway Lessons

    The LSCB is pleased to share a series of 5 ‘Takeaway’ lessons for Secondary schools focused on the issue of online safety, produced by young people in Lincolnshire.

  • Concealed/Denied Pregnancy Protocol

    The new Concealed/Denied Pregnancy Protocol is now available on our Policy Manual. Please promote appropriately within your agencies and ensure that safeguarding polices & processes reflect this.

  • What is Instagram?

    Instagram is a photo based social network which launched on iPhones in 2010 and was bought by Facebook in 2012, boasting 700 million users worldwide.

  • What Is Roblox?

    Roblox is a free to play 3D online multiplayer game which can be played on most devices where users can play a vast number of mini-games with other players.

  • TEST YOURSELF: How Alert to Child Abuse Are you?

    How alert to Child Abuse are you? Test yourself here.

  • What is is an online social network, available for phones and tablets, which will let users share 15 second video using popular chart songs as background audio. Incredibly popular in Primary Schools

  • What is Pokemon Go?

    Pokemon Go is an Augmented Reality (AR) game where players walk around the real world and catch Pocket Monsters (Pokemon)

  • Sexual Health Week campaign

    Advice on healthy relationships, consent, sex, contraception and STI’s is being highlighted for young people as part of a campaign organised by the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) in September.

  • Pokémon GO: A Post Brexit Augmented Reality.

    Pokémon – what springs to mind? Limited edition cards, innocent exchanges in the playground to complete the eagerly awaited set, action-packed cartoons running on a Saturday morning whilst parents slumber a little longer. Not anymore.

  • Child Safety Week campaign

    Online safety, summer  safety and road safety is being highlighted for young people as part of a campaign organised by the LincolnshireSafeguarding Children Board (LSCB) in June.

  • Free CSE e-learning for parents

    Learn more about the free course on Child Sexual Exploitation for parents, created by PACE and Safeguarding Children e-Academy 

  • CSE Risk Assessment Toolkit

    Updated CSE Risk Assessment toolkit now available to download from the Practice Guidance section of our Links and Publications page 

  • Autism Service Review

    Independent review of autism services in Lincolnshire commissioned by LSCB and Children’s Services 

  • FGM e-learning now available

    Access the free Home Office e-learning on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)here 

  • Are you a Child or Young person?

    Why not have a look at some top tips on staying safe, check some of the brilliant videos we’ve found online or test your knowledge with a great age-related quiz! 

  • Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board

    Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board is a statutory multi-agency board made up of representatives from the Local Authority, Police, Health Service, Probation Trust, Youth Offending Service, the Voluntary Sector and others.

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