Slough SACRE is a very diverse multi faith committee which helps to support and promote RE in schools. This is a statutory subject for all schools and as such will have even more prominence under the new Ofsted framework. The committee meets at local schools and places of worship from 4.30-6pm three times a year.
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 and Prevention – Slough Family Information Service for the attention of all Schools and Early Years settings in Slough.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Young People's Service Youth Worker, Giovanni Ferri, for the attention of Secondary School PSHE Leads.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Education Safeguarding Officer, Jatinder Matharu, for the attention of all Schools and Early Years settings in Slough.
The Active Slough team aim to be the inspiration behind a healthier lifestyle for the local community through supporting our sports clubs, organisations, volunteers, charities and groups in delivering local sport and physical activities for all ages across the town. Our aim is to aid the development and enhancement of new and fun play, sport and physical activity opportunities all over Slough.
Slough has committed to emotional wellbeing as one of their priorities for 2018/2019. There are a range of activities and services in place in and across Slough to support emotional wellbeing of our staff and students in school. We will be updating on this page as these projects evolve over the coming months.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Commissioning, Partnerships and Performance Team, for the attention of Headteachers, SENCO's and Schools.