One of the challenges outlined on the Ofsted research report was the problem of finding high-quality resources to help talk about knife crime with pupils. The Home Office and the PSHE Association have a set of materials for use with Key Stage 3 and 4.
The Office of Police Crime Commissioner and the Safer Slough Partnership will offer a range of initiatives across phases from awareness to targeted detached work in schools. The project has a range of interventions from broad reach awareness raising in schools to targeted intervention with young people already involved in gangs and knife crime
The latest version of the Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Social Media Library can be found on this page. This is not a list of 'dangerous', 'bad' or apps to avoid' but contains details of apps and websites that have been encountered within exploitation investigations or through research that have been used by victims and offenders. This is a continuously changing market and is not an exhaustive list.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Early Years Childcare Development Coordinator, Clare Thompson, for the attention of all Primary and Secondary Schools, Early Years providers, PVI settings, Schools with Nursery classes, Tuition centres and out of School providers.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Public Health Programme Officer, Timothy Howells, and Health and Safety Adviser, Victoria Swift. This is for the attention of all Schools in Slough, Headteachers, Wellbeing Leads and staff responsible for drug enforcement.