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    (Original post by Franshan2001)
    Types of different organisations that support safeguarding?
    Are you asking what early years settings support safeguarding? Surely all of them should.
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    Yes can u give me some examples for please
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    Are you asking what early years settings support safeguarding? Surely all of them should.
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    (Original post by Franshan2001)
    Yes can u give me some examples for please
    Nurseries, receptions classes, playgroups, baby dance sessions etc. Basically anywhere that caters for children or people in general should have a safeguarding policy.

    Safeguarding refers to the measures put in place to protect children (or anybody else). That can include things like having a record of any allergies, keeping doors and gates locked so strangers can't come in, putting radiator guards on, keeping personal details private and anything else that stands between people and potential harm (physical or otherwise).

    Any setting should have safeguarding policies and if they do not they shouldn't exist. Even TSR will have safeguarding policies of some form or another. You should be able to go onto company or organisation websites and view their safeguarding policies (although they may not be called "safeguarding policies").

    Why is it you need this information? I can help a lot better if I know what it's for.

    You can also google it to find more info like this:
    https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/safeguarding/
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...d-young-people
    http://www.safeguardingchildrenea.co...-safeguarding/
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    I'm doing level 1 childcare at the moment in college and we are doing a unit 2.2-
    safeguarding the welfare of children So our homework is to find different
    organisatios that support safeguarding?

    (Original post by Kindred)
    Nurseries, receptions classes, playgroups, baby dance sessions etc. Basically anywhere that caters for children or people in general should have a safeguarding policy.

    Safeguarding refers to the measures put in place to protect children (or anybody else). That can include things like having a record of any allergies, keeping doors and gates locked so strangers can't come in, putting radiator guards on, keeping personal details private and anything else that stands between people and potential harm (physical or otherwise).

    Any setting should have safeguarding policies and if they do not they shouldn't exist. Even TSR will have safeguarding policies of some form or another. You should be able to go onto company or organisation websites and view their safeguarding policies (although they may not be called "safeguarding policies".

    Why is it you need this information? I can help a lot better if I know what it's for.

    You can also google it to find more info like this:
    https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/safeguarding/
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...d-young-people
    http://www.safeguardingchildrenea.co...-safeguarding/
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    (Original post by Franshan2001)
    I'm doing level 1 childcare at the moment in college and we are doing a unit 2.2-
    safeguarding the welfare of children So our homework is to find different
    organisatios that support safeguarding?
    Okay well that first link I gave you shows than the NSPCC does. Ofstead also have a safeguarding policy which you can find. I would think of organisations related to childcare/ early years and look up their safeguarding policy.
 
 
 
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