Terrorist Attacks - Tips for Talking to Children
For parents and professionals. Many children will be upset by the terrible news of terrorist attacks recently. Although such events can be difficult to discuss with children and young people, it's really important that you do address any anxieties they may have as a result of what they've heard. It is important to avoid causing further distress.
Parents can find out some more tips here: https://kingstonandrichmondlscb.org.uk/parents-carers/radicalisation-and-extremism-173.php
And practioners can find out some more tips here: https://kingstonandrichmondlscb.org.uk/practitioners/radicalisation-and-extremism-172.php
Walking out of Darkness on the 18th of May
Come with us for the CLASP Charity Walking out of Darkness Walk on 18th May 2019 to raise awareness of suicide prevention and self harm. Find out more here
LSCB Faith Conference
A successful Faith Conference was held on 28th February 2019. Presentations are available on the Church & Faith Groups tab within the Practitioners Section or by clicking here.
Green Book has been Refreshed February 2019
For Voluntary, Community, Faith and private organisations to raise awareness and ensure robust policies and procedures are in place within your organisations. Download here.
LSCB Neglect Newsletter - Spring 2019
Please click here to read the Spring 2019 issue of the LSCB Neglect Newsletter.