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The current safeguarding system has been in operation for many years.

Ann Marie Christian sets out how the Children And Social Work Act is aiming to strengthen the 30-year-old idea of ‘corporate parenting’

Danielle Butcher has become more aware of risky behaviour after going on an early years- specific Prevent course. By Gabriella Jozwiak

In the wake of the recent spate of terrorist attacks in London and Manchester, some settings are revising their emergency policies. Meredith Jones Russell reports

In light of the Grenfell Tower disaster, which claimed at least 80 lives in June, Meredith Jones Russell looks at current fire safety advice and how it might affect childcare settings

The death of ‘Polly’ from Derbyshire, a 21-month-old, resulting from her being ‘stamped on’ by her mother, leaves a horrible feeling of ‘here we go again’, says John Simmonds

In this new four-part series on what the new Children and Social Work Act means for the early years sector, we look at changes to the local safeguarding procedures. By Ann Marie Christian

Research and personal experience have helped Alison Prowle and Janet Harvell lead a University of Worcester project to develop practitioner understanding of families seeking sanctuary in the UK

Once an allegation has been reported, what happens next? Former Ofsted inspector and consultant Debbie Alcock describes the role of the LADO

Safeguarding is not just a single agency issue, and the other professionals who get involved are facing complex pressures. What is the bigger picture, and how does it all fit together? Ann Marie Christian and Hannah Crown report

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