This hands-on, discussion event will be based around case studies from practice, primarily from those working in health within the independent school sector, as school GPs or nurses. 

The main focus of the event is peer learning, and it will also include an opening talk, as well as a research overview.  The purpose of the event is to share experiences and better understand:

  • The scale of the issue
  • Challenges in safeguarding children in such contexts
  • Examples of what has and has not worked in different settings
  • What would we like to see happen next

Attendees are welcome from any field that recognises this issue, but it might be of particular interest to nurses, GPs, designated safeguarding leads in schools, and child protection social workers.

This event is free of charge and is not restricted to AoCPP members; however if you support what we do, please consider making a donation to allow us to continue supporting such work. 

Alternatively, visit our membership pages to view the benefits of membership and join our growing community of child protection professionals.

" The Association of Child Protection Professionals brings people concerned about child protection together to learn, to think, to shape policy and practice and to disseminate research. No-one else does this." member quote

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