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Safeguarding in Partnership

Educating young individuals and their parents/carers about their legal rights, responsibilities, and potential risks related to crime.

Our Projects

Safeguarding in Partnership (SiP) has developed three projects for educational and community professionals to use with children and young people and where appropriate, their parents.

Project 10

Focused on teaching children about their rights and responsibilities in law. The sessions cover an overview of what young people need to know about the law: thinking about victims, risk from those closest to us, and crime in the community.

School Years 4 - 8


Project Right Click

Focuses on everyday situations/events, in which risks are omnipresent and which can be heightened by influences or agents online. Covers: Cyber bullying; Influence on social media; Drugs on social media; Grooming and more.

School Years 6 & Above


Through Their Eyes

Showing children and young people what happens when the law is broken. The sessions have films and presentations which show different situations where laws may be broken.

School Years 6 & Above

“No matter the offence, every victim and every offender is likely to have had contact with the school system during their lives, either as a parent or as a pupil. Schools are therefore in a key position to help to reduce the number of future victims and offenders by providing targeted inputs to the right people at the right time.”

- John Batty, then Neighbourhood Inspector, Thames Valley Police, 2017

To see how teachers can deliver Safeguarding in Partnership materials to cover different aspectes of the guidance, Click here for the Primary guidance, Click here for the Secondary guidance

Educational and community projects for children and young people.

Safeguarding in Partnership (SiP) collaborates closely with teachers, education professionals, and community experts to raise awareness and enhance the safety and well-being of children. We educate young individuals and their parents/carers about their legal rights, responsibilities, and potential risks related to crime.

We have links with:

  • Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board (OSCB)
  • Public Health, particularly the Self Harm Networks, North, City, and South, as well as voluntary agencies.
  • Oxfordshire MIND
  • Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse Rape Crisis Centre (OSARCC)
  • Cherwell District Council Community Safety Partnership
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