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Safeguarding during a pandemic

In these challenging times, professionals in organisations and services throughout Lambeth continue to work tirelessly to keep children and young people safe. To support you, we will use this page to share helpful resources and services. 

What's new?


29 June 2020

New Guidelines for Fabricated & Induced Illness

Shared by the DfE in June 2020, The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has issued new supplementary guidance for  paediatricians, GPs, other specialists, social care and education. Please find all the relevant guidance on our information page here. 

Connie Wessels

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25 June 2020

Online safety: updated guidance 

The government's updated guidance outlines resources to help keep children safe from different risks online and where to go to receive support and advice.

Connie Wessels


25 June 2020

Information & support: Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse 

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) chaired by Professor Alexis Jay OBE was set up by the government following concerns that some organisations had failed to protect children from child sexual abuse.

For more information about the Inquiry, including Lambeth's response, please visit the council's information page. 

Connie Wessels


24 May 2020

Guide to Online Risks

Download this helpful guide, developed by Waltham Forestto support parents and carers with tools to protect themselves, their child and others from harm online. 

For more information or guidance, please contact Lydia Nixon, Lambeth's Prevent Education Officer on lnixon@lambeth.gov.uk or 020 7926 3668.

Connie Wessels

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25 June 2020

A parent's & carer's guide to Black Lives Matter 

Many children may have questions about the images, stories, and conversations they hear on the news and around them. Visit our information page for a guide with helpful resources, activities and tips for families to empower children to work towards racial equality. 

Kersha Clarke


24 May 2020

Poster to support survivors of domestic abuse

Can you display a poster in your window letting survivors of domestic abuse in Lambeth know there is support available? Please download, print & display this poster at home or your workplace to help us spread the message. 

Connie Wessels

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