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19th November 2004 at 00:00
* The latest government guidance, Safeguarding Children in Education, replaces Circular 1095: Protecting Children from Abuse: the role of the education service. A copy can be downloaded from www.teachernet.gov.ukchildprotection.

* There is also a government booklet, What To Do If You're Worried a Child Is Being Abused, available free from DoH Publications, PO Box 777, London SE1 6XH. Tel: 08701 555 455.

* The National Network of Investigation and Referral Support Co-ordinators works with LEAs, independent schools and FE colleges to promote good practice in handling allegations against staff and awareness of the safeguarding agenda. See: www.teachernet.gov.ukirsc.

* The NSPCC (www.nspcc.org.uk) can offer advice and training. It publishes Learning to Protect: a child protection resources pack for teacher training, pound;105 incl PP. The helpline offers support for those who have concerns about a child, tel: 0800 800 5000; email: help@nspcc.org.uk.

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