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    We need to comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales and protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism –
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...-duty-guidance. I am not printing this - it's huge. It is in my computer files.

    The Prevent duty is law from today – 1st July 2015. You can find more information on the Foundation Years website - http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/fi...tal-advice.pdf. I am printing this document for my safeguarding file.

    The relevant statements in the Prevent duty guidance for early years providers in England are –
    60. Early years providers serve arguably the most vulnerable and impressionable members of society. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) accordingly places clear duties on providers to keep children safe and promote their welfare. It makes clear that to protect children in their care, providers must be alert to any safeguarding and child protection issues in the child’s life at home or elsewhere (paragraph 3.4 EYFS). Early years providers must take action to protect children from harm and should be alert to harmful behaviour by other adults in the child’s life.

    61. Early years providers already focus on children’s personal, social and emotional development The Early Years Foundation Stage framework supports early years providers to do this in an age appropriate way, through ensuring children learn right from wrong, mix and share with other children and value other’s views, know about similarities and differences between themselves and others, and challenge negative attitudes and stereotypes.

    62. This guidance should be read in conjunction with other relevant guidance. In England, this includes Working Together to Safeguard Children, Keeping Children Safe in Education and Information Sharing: Her Majesty’s Government advice for professionals providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...guard-children and https://www.gov.uk/government/public...e-in-education.

    ……………………………………….

    If you offer the free early years education you must also recognise with the following –
    75. Early education funding regulations in England have been amended to ensure that providers who fail to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs do not receive funding from local authorities for the free early years entitlement.

    You can find more information about British values here –
    https://www.childcare.co.uk/informat...british-values.

    ……………………………………….

    Ofsted inspections - inspections from September 2015 will use the new Common Inspection Framework which includes reference to ‘providers promoting children’s welfare and preventing radicalisation and extremism’ and the early years handbook which states a requirement to ‘actively promote British values’.

    This will be inspected in the new judgement - ‘Effectiveness of leadership and management’.

    You can find more information in the new safeguarding guidance document –
    https://www.gov.uk/changes-to-educat...september-2015

    ……………………………………….

    Sharing information with parents - at Knutsford Childminding we have –

    • Shared this information with parents about the Prevent Duty Guidance –
    https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...vent-strategy/

    • Shared this information with parents about British values - https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...ritish-values/

    We have also signposted the British values information from Foundation Years if parents want to find out more - Fundamental British Values in the Early Years | From pregnancy to children aged 5.

    ……………………………………….

    Updating safeguarding procedures - we have added a paragraph to our safeguarding procedures that says –

    We comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance and its aim to protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism. The lead practitioner (Sarah Neville) has taken training (see certificate). We have shared information about the Prevent Strategy and our commitment to promote British values with parents on our blog and in newsletters. If parents have any questions please ask us.

    ……………………………………….

    Training course - this is the free training course I have completed – there is a certificate at the end - engine.

    I hope that helps
    Last edited by sarah707; 04-10-2015 at 09:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah707 View Post
    We need to comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales and protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism –
    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukdsi/...1133309_en.pdf. I am not printing this - it's huge. It is in my computer files.

    The Prevent duty is law from today – 1st July. You can find more information on the Foundation Years website - http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/fi...tal-advice.pdf. I am printing this document for my safeguarding file.

    The relevant statements in the Prevent duty guidance for early years providers in England are –
    60. Early years providers serve arguably the most vulnerable and impressionable members of society. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) accordingly places clear duties on providers to keep children safe and promote their welfare. It makes clear that to protect children in their care, providers must be alert to any safeguarding and child protection issues in the child’s life at home or elsewhere (paragraph 3.4 EYFS). Early years providers must take action to protect children from harm and should be alert to harmful behaviour by other adults in the child’s life.

    61. Early years providers already focus on children’s personal, social and emotional development The Early Years Foundation Stage framework supports early years providers to do this in an age appropriate way, through ensuring children learn right from wrong, mix and share with other children and value other’s views, know about similarities and differences between themselves and others, and challenge negative attitudes and stereotypes.

    62. This guidance should be read in conjunction with other relevant guidance. In England, this includes Working Together to Safeguard Children, Keeping Children Safe in Education and Information Sharing: Her Majesty’s Government advice for professionals providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...guard-children and https://www.gov.uk/government/public...e-in-education.

    ……………………………………….

    If you offer the free early years education you must also recognise with the following –
    75. Early education funding regulations in England have been amended to ensure that providers who fail to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs do not receive funding from local authorities for the free early years entitlement.

    You can find more information about British values here –
    https://www.childcare.co.uk/informat...british-values.

    ……………………………………….

    Ofsted inspections - inspections from September 2015 will use the new Common Inspection Framework which includes reference to ‘providers promoting children’s welfare and preventing radicalisation and extremism’ and the early years handbook which states a requirement to ‘actively promote British values’.

    This will be inspected in the new judgement - ‘Effectiveness of leadership and management’.

    You can find more information in the new safeguarding guidance document –
    https://www.gov.uk/changes-to-educat...september-2015

    ……………………………………….

    Sharing information with parents - at Knutsford Childminding we have –

    • Shared this information with parents about the Prevent Duty Guidance –
    https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...vent-strategy/

    • Shared this information with parents about British values - https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...ritish-values/

    We have also signposted the British values information from Foundation Years if parents want to find out more - Fundamental British Values in the Early Years | From pregnancy to children aged 5.

    ……………………………………….

    Updating safeguarding procedures - we have added a paragraph to our safeguarding procedures that says –

    We comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance and its aim to protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism. The lead practitioner (Sarah Neville) has taken training (see certificate). We have shared information about the Prevent Strategy and our commitment to promote British values with parents on our blog and in newsletters. If parents have any questions please ask us.

    ……………………………………….

    Training course - this is the free training course I have completed – there is a certificate at the end - engine.

    I hope that helps

    Wow thanks so much Sarah, on the ball as usual :-) :-) :-)

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    Thorough as ever, Sarah. I don't know where you find the time, but I am really glad that you do!

    Very much appreciated,

    LK

    PS: Thanks for the training link. Course done, and Resources saved to my Desktop to review as needed.
    Last edited by lollipop kid; 01-07-2015 at 08:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah707 View Post
    We need to comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales and protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism –
    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukdsi/...1133309_en.pdf. I am not printing this - it's huge. It is in my computer files.

    The Prevent duty is law from today – 1st July. You can find more information on the Foundation Years website - http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/fi...tal-advice.pdf. I am printing this document for my safeguarding file.

    The relevant statements in the Prevent duty guidance for early years providers in England are –
    60. Early years providers serve arguably the most vulnerable and impressionable members of society. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) accordingly places clear duties on providers to keep children safe and promote their welfare. It makes clear that to protect children in their care, providers must be alert to any safeguarding and child protection issues in the child’s life at home or elsewhere (paragraph 3.4 EYFS). Early years providers must take action to protect children from harm and should be alert to harmful behaviour by other adults in the child’s life.

    61. Early years providers already focus on children’s personal, social and emotional development The Early Years Foundation Stage framework supports early years providers to do this in an age appropriate way, through ensuring children learn right from wrong, mix and share with other children and value other’s views, know about similarities and differences between themselves and others, and challenge negative attitudes and stereotypes.

    62. This guidance should be read in conjunction with other relevant guidance. In England, this includes Working Together to Safeguard Children, Keeping Children Safe in Education and Information Sharing: Her Majesty’s Government advice for professionals providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...guard-children and https://www.gov.uk/government/public...e-in-education.

    ……………………………………….

    If you offer the free early years education you must also recognise with the following –
    75. Early education funding regulations in England have been amended to ensure that providers who fail to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs do not receive funding from local authorities for the free early years entitlement.

    You can find more information about British values here –
    https://www.childcare.co.uk/informat...british-values.

    ……………………………………….

    Ofsted inspections - inspections from September 2015 will use the new Common Inspection Framework which includes reference to ‘providers promoting children’s welfare and preventing radicalisation and extremism’ and the early years handbook which states a requirement to ‘actively promote British values’.

    This will be inspected in the new judgement - ‘Effectiveness of leadership and management’.

    You can find more information in the new safeguarding guidance document –
    https://www.gov.uk/changes-to-educat...september-2015

    ……………………………………….

    Sharing information with parents - at Knutsford Childminding we have –

    • Shared this information with parents about the Prevent Duty Guidance –
    https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...vent-strategy/

    • Shared this information with parents about British values - https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...ritish-values/

    We have also signposted the British values information from Foundation Years if parents want to find out more - Fundamental British Values in the Early Years | From pregnancy to children aged 5.

    ……………………………………….

    Updating safeguarding procedures - we have added a paragraph to our safeguarding procedures that says –

    We comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance and its aim to protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism. The lead practitioner (Sarah Neville) has taken training (see certificate). We have shared information about the Prevent Strategy and our commitment to promote British values with parents on our blog and in newsletters. If parents have any questions please ask us.

    ……………………………………….

    Training course - this is the free training course I have completed – there is a certificate at the end - engine.

    I hope that helps

    Really interesting training too, thanks Sarah.

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    Thanks for the training link, I will have to access on my computer.

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    Thank you Sarah. I will lok again on my laptop late and follow all of the links. You are amazing

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    Thanks Sarah. I will have to dust off my laptop to access the training!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortstuff View Post
    Thank you Sarah. I will lok again on my laptop late and follow all of the links. You are amazing
    Same here. Thanks so much Sarah xx

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    Thank you so much for a wonderful summary! Such great advice, as always.

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    thanks so much, did the training which was interesting.must have a discussion with my friend in the met

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    Done the free course, thanks Sarah x

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah707 View Post
    We need to comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales and protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism –
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...-duty-guidance. I am not printing this - it's huge. It is in my computer files.

    The Prevent duty is law from today – 1st July 2015. You can find more information on the Foundation Years website - http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/fi...tal-advice.pdf. I am printing this document for my safeguarding file.

    The relevant statements in the Prevent duty guidance for early years providers in England are –
    60. Early years providers serve arguably the most vulnerable and impressionable members of society. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) accordingly places clear duties on providers to keep children safe and promote their welfare. It makes clear that to protect children in their care, providers must be alert to any safeguarding and child protection issues in the child’s life at home or elsewhere (paragraph 3.4 EYFS). Early years providers must take action to protect children from harm and should be alert to harmful behaviour by other adults in the child’s life.

    61. Early years providers already focus on children’s personal, social and emotional development The Early Years Foundation Stage framework supports early years providers to do this in an age appropriate way, through ensuring children learn right from wrong, mix and share with other children and value other’s views, know about similarities and differences between themselves and others, and challenge negative attitudes and stereotypes.

    62. This guidance should be read in conjunction with other relevant guidance. In England, this includes Working Together to Safeguard Children, Keeping Children Safe in Education and Information Sharing: Her Majesty’s Government advice for professionals providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...guard-children and https://www.gov.uk/government/public...e-in-education.

    ……………………………………….

    If you offer the free early years education you must also recognise with the following –
    75. Early education funding regulations in England have been amended to ensure that providers who fail to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs do not receive funding from local authorities for the free early years entitlement.

    You can find more information about British values here –
    https://www.childcare.co.uk/informat...british-values.

    ……………………………………….

    Ofsted inspections - inspections from September 2015 will use the new Common Inspection Framework which includes reference to ‘providers promoting children’s welfare and preventing radicalisation and extremism’ and the early years handbook which states a requirement to ‘actively promote British values’.

    This will be inspected in the new judgement - ‘Effectiveness of leadership and management’.

    You can find more information in the new safeguarding guidance document –
    https://www.gov.uk/changes-to-educat...september-2015

    ……………………………………….

    Sharing information with parents - at Knutsford Childminding we have –

    • Shared this information with parents about the Prevent Duty Guidance –
    https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...vent-strategy/

    • Shared this information with parents about British values - https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...ritish-values/

    We have also signposted the British values information from Foundation Years if parents want to find out more - Fundamental British Values in the Early Years | From pregnancy to children aged 5.

    ……………………………………….

    Updating safeguarding procedures - we have added a paragraph to our safeguarding procedures that says –

    We comply with the requirements of the Prevent Duty Guidance and its aim to protect children from radicalisation, extremism and being drawn into terrorism. The lead practitioner (Sarah Neville) has taken training (see certificate). We have shared information about the Prevent Strategy and our commitment to promote British values with parents on our blog and in newsletters. If parents have any questions please ask us.

    ……………………………………….

    Training course - this is the free training course I have completed – there is a certificate at the end - engine.

    I hope that helps

 

 

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