1. Online Safety Calendar! Plan your online safeguarding work for the year ahead!

    11 January, 2019

    Safer Internet! Online Safety Calendar

  2. Resource for Young People – Worried About Yourself or Someone Else Poster

    9 January, 2019

    Recently developed in response to the low number of self referrals from young people this poster has been developed to display in youth centres, schools and other places that young people will see the information. If you are a professional, why not put this information on the back of toilet doors so that young people […]

  3. A Reminder To All Professionals – Children Missing Education

    14 December, 2018

    Letter to colleagues – Children not in School December 2018

  4. Are you aware of any young person who may be using MDMA or Ecstasy?

    2 August, 2018

    If you are aware of any young people using MDMA/ecstasy it would be good to have a conversation with them about the potential risks. Click here to view the poster, which includes photographs, support advice and contact details.

  5. Get Safe Online Parent Campaign: Social Media Activity

    17 July, 2018

    With Christmas now over and many children and young people receiving new phones, more time may be spent online playing games, chatting or viewing a range of social media platforms. Use the resources below to inform parents how to support the safety of their children / young people online. Get Safe Online Parent Campaign 2018 – […]

  6. Do you know how to help a choking baby or child?

    29 June, 2018

    Click here to watch a video on how to help a choking baby under the age of 1 year and click here to watch a video on how to help a child over the age of 1 year. Share these links with the parents you work with.

  7. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! Changes to the Charging Process for WSSCB Training

    15 May, 2018

    Important Information about Changes to the Charging Process for WSSCB Training  The way that the WSSCB charges for training is changing. From 1st July 2018, those agencies who pay to attend WSSCB training, will be required to pay at the time of booking. To view the new process in full please click here. This explains […]

  8. Coping with a crying baby and how to keep your baby safe – Special Bulletin!

    2 January, 2018

    Infant crying is the most common reason why parents seek help when they have a small baby. Click here to read our special bulletin on how to keep your baby safe and how to cope with a crying baby.    

  9. SCR O

    23 November, 2017

    The WSSCB have now published SCR O. You can read the SCR and see the Board’s response on our West Sussex review pages

  10. New CSE resources for parents and professionals

    7 November, 2017

    Helpful new resources aimed at parents and professionals are available at http://www.stop-cse.org/helpful-resources/