- Child Safeguarding
- Child Abuse, Sexual Exploitation, Neglect
- Guidance for swearing and sexual abuse references
Level of Complexity:
- Differentiation applies depending on the audience
- Trainer to develop the questions accordingly
- Young person targeted and groomed for sexual exploitation
- Experiences sexual exploitation online and at parties
- The young person becomes a groomer herself
- Young person complicit and feels responsible
- Unable to seek help and feels trapped
- Online safety
- The party model of grooming
- Legal highs
- Alcohol use
- Recognising the grooming process of a young person being sexually exploited
- Learning and responding to the signs and symptoms
- How to manage social networking and cyber awareness safely for young people
- The legal implications
- How to embed awareness of healthy relationships amongst young people
- Engaging with fathers
- What should you be alert to as a professional / parent / friend to changes in a young person’s behaviour which could signal grooming?
- How would you respond to Tash’s story? What questions would you need to ask?
- What have you got in place to make children and young people cyber aware?
- How would you approach this legally?
- How robust is the provision of healthy relationships education for young people in your area?
- How would you approach the father and help him parent an adolescent child safely?
- Anyone working with children, young people and families
- Social workers
- Teachers / pastoral support staff
- Youth workers
- School nurses / A&E staff
- Parents and carers
- One to one
- Group training
- Awareness event
- Finding out about local services
- Cyber awareness training
- CSE training
- Teenage Brain Development
- Healthy relationships
- Parenting courses: Time out for Teens, Time out for Dads, Speakeasy etc
- nspcc.org.uk – signs of safety
For Further Support
- Local Safeguarding Children Board
- Adult Safeguarding Board
- Community Safety Partnership
- Local Councillors
- Local policy and procedures