Flintshire & Wrexham LSCB Model Child Protection Policy
Flintshire and Wrexham LSCB Annual Conference
‘Keeping children and young people safe in a digital world’ was the theme of the 2012 Flintshire and Wrexham Local Safeguarding Children’s Board (FWLSCB) annual conference, which took place recently.
The theme was chosen by managers and practitioners from various agencies who are facing the task of safeguarding children in a world where exploitation of young people via the internet has become a global industry. Keeping them safe is a challenge for parents and all those who work with children and young people.
A highlight was the Question Time style panel, where young people and adults asked questions to each other. This gave a valuable insight into young people’s perspective on the issues being discussed. The young people who took part represented the Young Flintshire website Editorial Group, the Flintshire Youth Forum, the Wrexham Youth Senedd, Connah’s Quay High School and the ‘Speaking for Children in Care’ Group.
Please see below a number of documents from the event, including the press release, power point presentations delivered on the day and the winning competition entry ‘The Cyber Bully – video from Ysgol Bryn Deva’.
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The Welsh Government have announced the electronic publication of the ‘Respecting Others’ anti-bullying guidance. The documents build on the guidance we issued in 2003, and provide detailed advice to schools on responding to and preventing bullying. Included are examples of good practice, case studies and scenarios. This document is available on the Welsh Government website.