|Title||Find out about Contextual Safeguarding|
Contextual Safeguarding recognises that as young people grow and develop they connect and are influenced by a whole range of environments outside of the family home(s) - such as in school or college, in the local community, in their peer groups or online.
It is important for those in contact with young people to understand the types of risks young people may be exposed to and what a contextual safeguarding approach to those risks may look like.
This short 2 hour briefing will be useful for in contact with young people inlcuding - schools, police, voluntary and community groups, faith groups, youth workers and others.
Click on the links below to register