What laws etc are currently in force that relate to safeguarding?
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    Default What laws etc are currently in force that relate to safeguarding?

    Hi,

    as you can probably tell, I am updating my safeguarding policy and yes, my husband does work weekend nights or I wouldn't be doing this right now!!

    Please could anyone round up the current policies and laws that apply to safeguarding for me so I can refer to them in my policy?

    Thanks, Jen x

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy View Post
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    Have a nosey through the new Eyfs jen there are a few laws mentioned that you could talk about (control and 'f' key and search for act).

    Does your LA have a model safeguarding policy? You might be able to crib something from that too.

    Hth

 

 

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