Independent activity of children of early age

Are you a frontline practitioner or manager from an education establishment in Sunderland? Would you like to independent activity of children of early age out more about the work of Sunderland Safeguarding Children Board?

Would you like to share your views of safeguarding children practice in Sunderland with Board members? Would you like to contribute to improving outcomes for children and young people? Sunderland in October 2004 following the drive to improve outcomes for children. It was formed as a statutory requirement of the Children Act 2004. The SSCB is a key multi agency statutory mechanism for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children in Sunderland. It has high-level officer representation from partner agencies, both statutory and voluntary, across the City. The SSCB structure consists of a number of sub committees that carry out specific functions in relation to the SSCB’s responsibilities.

Your Feedback Matters If you have any ideas on how we can improve this website, or if you would like to contact us for advice or information on our work you can Contact Us. Warwick School, one of the oldest independent schools in Britain. There are around 2,500 independent schools in the UK, which educate around 615,000 children, some 7 per cent of all British children and 18 per cent of pupils over the age of 16. In addition to charging tuition fees, many also benefit from gifts, charitable endowments and charitable status. The transformation of free charitable foundations into institutions which sometimes charge fees came about readily: the foundation would only afford minimal facilities, so that further fees might be charged to lodge, clothe and otherwise maintain the scholars, to the private profit of the trustees or headmaster. Also, facilities already provided by the charitable foundation for a few scholars could profitably be extended to further paying pupils.