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The Safe Network: providing information and resources to help keep children safe 

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What's this about? 

The Safe Network provides safeguarding information related to activities outside the home – from after school art clubs to weekend reading groups. So if you’re wondering whether your child or group is safe, read on.

Why does the Safe Network exist?

The community and voluntary sector, which includes charities, community and voluntary groups and social enterprise organisations, is large and diverse. Organisations and groups provide a wide range of services and activities for children, young people and their families, guardians and carers.


"Not all of the people and groups working with children do all they could do to keep them safe from harm."







We know that there's lots of good practice (in terms of keeping children safe) within the sector which can be shared and built on, but not all of the people and groups working with children do all they could do to keep them safe from harm.

Find out more about how the Safe Network works and what we've got planned.

 

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