Haringey LSCB is a statutory body that elearning children all Haringey organisations who have contact with children, young people and their families to work together effectively in order to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people. If you are calling between 5pm and 9am weekdays or at the weekend, call the Emergency Out-of-Hours Duty Team on 020 8489 0000. If you or a child is in immediate danger you should always phone 999.
For more information on how to report child abuse and neglect in Haringey, please see our What To Do If You’re Worried About a Child page. For advice and information about allegations against staff and volunteers please see the Allegations Against Staff page. The new Haringey LSCB Prebirth protocol has been published. Geraldine Gavin thrives on collaborative working across partnerships and brings with her a wealth of experience and knowledge.
Her career began here in Haringey as a Geography Teacher in Crouch End in 1979. She then launched into a long and varied career in the Probation Service including a 5 year period working in Tottenham. Her final post was as Chief Operations Officer across London Probation between 2004-2010. 2017 WAS A VERY EXCITING YEAR FOR EFK! Learning for Kids Honored as a Top 10 Educational Website for 2017 by the Homeschool Community. 960 ONLINE digital lessons have been taken. Have you ever visited a Llama farm?
Meet Pablo and help him with addition and subtraction problems at the Llama farm. Amit works at his dad’s tea store. Help him add and subtract to keep the store running! Linda helps her father count deer and wild dogs in the African Wild Park.
She can really use your help! Online courses takes approximately 1-3 hours with a short test of knowledge at the end for which successful participants will be able to print a certificate of completion. Look out for the CPD logo on qualifying courses and keep any certificates in your training record. Parents – Virtual College have worked in partnership with SelfharmUK to create a free online course designed to help parents talk about the issue of self-harm with their children. Thousands of children and young people in the UK are thought to be impacted by self-harm each year. Spotting the signs can be difficult, and approaching the subject with your children can be an uncomfortable experience. People who create online learning get involved in many types of content development tasks.