You can download a range of information leaflets from this page.
Durham SEND Information Advice and Support Service
Durham SEND Information Advice and Support Service is a statutory service supporting parents/carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and children and young people with SEND. They provides free, confidential, impartial and ‘arm’s length’ information advice and support.
Click here to view their latest update and find out more about the availability of the services they continue to offer during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Durham DSCP Safeguarding information leaflet and poster.
Single Assessment and the Team Around the Family (TAF)
The child protection conference pack provides information for parents, carers and children on the child protection process. We are unable to provide this information on this site as we are currently updating the information in the child protection packs, if you require a copy of this information please call the 03000 265770 to request the latest version.
- Child Protection Enquiry Leaflet (Available on request)
- Child Protection Conference Leaflet (Available on request)
- My Child Protection Pack (Available on request)
- Complaints Procedure (Available on request)
- NYAS Leaflet Advocacy for young people
Child Criminal Exploitation
Go #Knifefree – a resource for young people from the Home Office
|The #knifefree website provides advice and guidance for young people on the risks of carrying knife backed up by real stories, and includes a get help and support page.
Further information at #knifefree
Keeping Safe Online.
Get Safe Online is the UK’s leading source of information and advice on online safety and security, for the public and small businesses. It is a not-for profit, public/private sector partnership backed by a number of government departments, law enforcement agencies and leading organisations in internet security, banking and retail.
Social Engineering Scams
Spring Clean your Connected Devices
Using Wi Fi Safely
Safe Online Gaming
Safe Online Shopping
Safe Social Networking
Safe Holiday Travel Booking
Safe Online Banking
Keep your business safe online
Switched On Schools
Buying Tickets Safely
Going Online in Public Places
Alcohol before 18. What’s The Harm?
We now know just how harmful alcohol before 18 can be.
It can affect your child’s developing brain, cause physical and mental health problems, and make them more likely to become a heavy drinker when they are older.
Find out what every parent needs to know about drinking before 18 at whatstheharm.co.uk
Other leaflets available
- The Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme
- Information for parents and carers about “bruising in non-mobile children”