Welcome to the education section of Oldham Safeguarding Partnership website, with information, guidance and resources to support you and your safeguarding roles and responsibilities
Happy and Safe Relationships Primary School Resource
This relationships education in primary school resource supports children to live healthy, safe and fulfilled lives and to become confident, independent and responsible citizens. This free resource has been developed for Oldham Primary Schools by the Oldham Safeguarding Children Partnership together with Tough Cookies Education. This Happy and Safe Relationships pack aims to provide teachers with support to plan and deliver relationships education in line with RSHE statutory guidance for schools.
Below are the PowerPoints and additional resource to support you to deliver the Happy and Safe Relationships resource.
Key guidance documents
Following a review of Oldham Police’s compliance with Operation Encompass a new policy has now been put in place from 1 March 2021. All domestic incidents that require an Op Encompass referral will be reviewed by police officers on MASH. Each morning from 7am they will scan the domestic incidents and where required a referral will be completed and sent out to the schools. The intention is that referral will be made within 24 hours of the incident and in most cases the morning following the incident. On Monday morning the staff will scan Friday through to Monday morning and report as soon as they can.
The CMT email is now been replaced with email@example.com from 01/03/2021. If you have any queries and need further information, please email the above as it is monitored seven days a week 7am – 5pm daily.
David Devane – Safeguarding Lead for Schools & Education Settings
Advice, support and training for school staff with safeguarding responsibility and other members of the school community.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 0161 770 8868
Ellen Weedon – Training Officer for Children and Young People
Training and support to education settings - specifically students, staff and parents on e-safety issues and the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) agenda.
Tel: 0161 770 1854