Useful Links

The new www.knowaboutcse.co.uk/youngpeople  website – which is full of videos, hints and tips and quizzes for young people to recognise CSE, remember the warning signs and explore healthy relationships.  This page also includes links to the ‘Treated Badly’ website - a tried and tested interactive way for young people aged 11 and over to explore healthy relationships and the different types of relationship abuse. An education briefing pack on this is available at www.treatedbadly.co.uk

The new BAIT resource pack has been specifically designed for use by Secondary School. Copies of the DVD and workbook are available on a first come first served basis. Please email dawn.casewell@stoke.gov.uk for more information. Please note that this DVD contains scenes of drug use.

Help us with the ‘Know About CSE’ campaign to spread the word wider- www.knowaboutcse.co.uk

  1. Supporting communication to parents by sending the ‘Parents letter’ (attached) This letter is written by the Joint Chair of the Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Safeguarding Board to make them aware how the new website www.knowaboutcse.co.uk  can help them to spot the signs of CSE and get help.
  2. Downloading and displaying the posters available at www.stoke.gov.uk/knowaboutcse A small amount will be distributed to each school. Please also make use of the digital materials and other promotional materials available at this page in your newsletters and websites.
  3. Join in with the national ‘Helping Hands’ campaign on CSE Awareness day on Friday 18 March.  This social media campaign encourages young people to report their concerns and illustrates the range of people that young people can approach.   Organisations across the public, private and voluntary sector will be joining in by taking a picture of a member of their team with ‘I’m listening’ written on their hands. For more information please visit http://www.stop-cse.org/national-child-exploitation-awareness-day/ Please tweet us at @sotcitycouncil using the hashtag #helpinghands
  4. Get in touch with the Communications Team if you are willing to showcase your school getting involved in the media or through social media. We can get help to spread the word about CSE! Please get in touch with fay.boulton@stoke.gov.uk

 

Upcoming Events

21/07/2017 - 00:00

Useful Links

The new www.knowaboutcse.co.uk/youngpeople  website – which is full of videos, hints and tips and quizzes for young people to recognise CSE, remember the warning signs and explore healthy relationships.  This page also includes links to the ‘Treated Badly’ website - a tried and tested interactive way for young people aged 11 and over to explore healthy relationships and the different types of relationship abuse. An education briefing pack on this is available at www.treatedbadly.co.uk

The new BAIT resource pack has been specifically designed for use by Secondary School. Copies of the DVD and workbook are available on a first come first served basis. Please email dawn.casewell@stoke.gov.uk for more information. Please note that this DVD contains scenes of drug use.

Help us with the ‘Know About CSE’ campaign to spread the word wider- www.knowaboutcse.co.uk

  1. Supporting communication to parents by sending the ‘Parents letter’ (attached) This letter is written by the Joint Chair of the Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Safeguarding Board to make them aware how the new website www.knowaboutcse.co.uk  can help them to spot the signs of CSE and get help.
  2. Downloading and displaying the posters available at www.stoke.gov.uk/knowaboutcse A small amount will be distributed to each school. Please also make use of the digital materials and other promotional materials available at this page in your newsletters and websites.
  3. Join in with the national ‘Helping Hands’ campaign on CSE Awareness day on Friday 18 March.  This social media campaign encourages young people to report their concerns and illustrates the range of people that young people can approach.   Organisations across the public, private and voluntary sector will be joining in by taking a picture of a member of their team with ‘I’m listening’ written on their hands. For more information please visit http://www.stop-cse.org/national-child-exploitation-awareness-day/ Please tweet us at @sotcitycouncil using the hashtag #helpinghands
  4. Get in touch with the Communications Team if you are willing to showcase your school getting involved in the media or through social media. We can get help to spread the word about CSE! Please get in touch with fay.boulton@stoke.gov.uk

 

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