What can we learn from SCR?
It states that SCRs should be conducted in a way which: recognises the complex circumstances in which professionals work together to safeguard children. seeks to understand precisely who did what and the underlying reasons that led individuals and organisations to act as they did.
What is the function of the Nspcc?
Organisation aims / mission / values NSPCC stands for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. It means that each of us has a responsibility to keep childhood free from abuse, and we must do everything possible to protect children and prevent it from happening.
What is safeguarding in research?
“Safeguarding” in research is defined as “preventing and addressing any sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment of research participants, communities and research staff, plus any broader forms of violence, exploitation and abuse such as bullying psychological abuse and physical violence”. (UKCDR, February 2020).
What is the purpose of serious case reviews?
Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) are one of the mechanisms through which organisations can learn to protect children better. Reviews which focus on identifying learning can help organisations to change, and become environments in which both the systems and practice can be safely challenged and improved.
When were serious case reviews first introduced?
Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) were established under the Children Act (2004) to review cases where a child has died and abuse or neglect is known or suspected.
What is the purpose of child protection plan?
The overall aims of the Child Protection Plan are: To ensure the child is safe and prevent him or her from suffering further harm by supporting the strengths, addressing the vulnerabilities and risk factors and helping meet the child’s unmet needs; To promote the child’s welfare, health and development; and.
What is the full meaning of NSPCC?
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
What is the history of the NSPCC?
The NSPCC was founded in 1889 by a Yorkshireman, the Reverend Benjamin Waugh, who saw first-hand the suffering of children in his work as a minister in London’s East End. Victorian England was a dangerous place for children, who were often forced into hazardous work and abused or neglected at home.
How do you ensure safeguarding in research?
What is safeguarding? ensure participation in research is voluntary; • obtain fully informed consent for their participation; • make participants aware of their entitlement to refuse/withdraw at any stage; • not exclude any group from consideration; and • maintain participants’ anonymity and confidentiality.
Why is health and safety important in research?
They are therefore expected to ensure that they understand the hazards and risks associated with their research and are competent to manage them effectively. They need to apply this knowledge to ensure that the research under their supervision is carried out in a safe manner.
When and why are inquiries and serious case reviews required?
According to the local safeguarding board regulations 2006, serious case reviews will be required in situations where a child has died due to known or suspected abuse or neglect. Sometimes reviews may be carried out where a child has been seriously harmed or suffered life threatening injuries.
Why was the NSPCC founded?
This case was successful. The NSPCC was founded in 1884 as the London Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (London SPCC) by Benjamin Waugh. After five years of campaigning by the London SPCC, Parliament passed the first ever UK law to protect children from abuse and neglect in 1889.
What kind of research does NSPCC and Scie do?
Research by NSPCC and SCIE to identify from case review practice issues around how professionals in different agencies communicate and make decisions. Research report into the impact of online pornography on the values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviours of children and young people.
What does the NSPCC research and development committee do?
The committee reviews NSPCC research proposals and gives advice on reducing the risk of harm as much as possible. The Committee has developed detailed guidance on ethics for those conducting research with the NSPCC.
What is this insight briefing about?
This insight briefing uses insight from NSPCC helpline contacts and Childline counselling sessions to highlight the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic.