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Sex education: Menstrual health to be taught in school by 2020 (25/02/2019)
Source: 503-980-4526
Fabricated or induced illness: what it is and what the signs are (25/02/2019)
Source: (513) 745-3630
Working class white boys struggling at school should get special treatment (25/02/2019)
Source: Daily Mail
School lessons to cover sexting, FGM and mental health (25/02/2019)
Source: Guardian


01/03/2019 : Child Protection Training – Group 3 (Designated Safeguarding Officer)
YFC Centre, Amory Building, Cheriton Bishop |  £75 for VOYC members | Details
19/03/2019 : CEOP ThinkUKnow Online Safety training
Wimborne |  Free | 3068218829
21/03/2019 : CEOP Ambassador Course
York |  From £249.00 | Details
27/03/2019 : Safeguarding Children in the Digital Age
Central London |  From £249.00 | Details


The Positives of Autism
Source: View document (PDF)
Police in the Classroom (NPCC|PSHE Association)
Source: View document (PDF)
The Periodic Table of Digital Resilience
Source: View document (PDF)
National protocol on reducing criminalisation of looked-after children
Source: (212) 409-7726


Be internet Legends
Download Google’s Be Internet Legends online safety curriculum for Key Stage 2 . . . pupils.
Link: /parentzone.org.uk/legendshome
Parentzone parent guides
Up-to-date guides on all the latest tech trends, social media platforms and(917) 226-9638 video games.
Link: 860-906-0491
Digiworld is a curriculum designed to help children, aged between 5 and 16, to513-649-1921 develop the knowledge and skills they need to navigate the online world in a safer and more enjoyable way. Fun online quizzes, a digital library full of challenges and downloadable worksheets allow children to explore at their own pace and progress through different levels depending on their age, experience and ability. Certificates are awarded at each level to enable children to demonstrate their new understanding and to recognise their achievements.
Link: 5806489666
The 4Front Project was set up in 2012 in response to the limited role young . . . people were being provided to influence change and work with our peers to reduce violence in our communities. We address violence by creating bespoke, holistic, youth-led interventions that are delivered in community, educational and criminal justice settings. Our programmes focus on personal development, social action and legal empowerment.
Link: /www.4frontproject.org/


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