The latest update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) has advised that Downing Street will hold daily televised press conferences to keep the public informed. As we continue to monitor the guidance at a national and regional level, we see varying responses. To ensure you receive the correct information from a trusted source, we have collated
“I started getting quite self-conscious…and I just remember it was one Easter and I ate an entire Easter egg (I love chocolate) and I just thought, I don’t feel well. I went upstairs and I just tried to be sick, more for comfort rather than actually thinking ‘I need to get rid of
The Skull Breaker or ‘jump trip’ challenge is the latest trend to make the news, but it’s not exactly new. It involves asking a person to jump high off the ground and then kicking their legs as they land, causing them to lose balance. This challenge has been reported in the US, where
With over 1.5 billion downloads across 155 different countries, TikTok has soared in popularity. Some of you have recently got in touch to ask for more information about TikTok and its safety settings. To help you support the children and young people in your care, we have made a short video overview of
At Ineqe Safeguarding Group, we believe in educating, empowering and protecting communities by providing contextual safeguarding information, resources and content. Treating one another with respect and kindness is a simple way for everyone to do just that. This is why we are proud to invite everyone to celebrate 'Random Acts of Kindness Day' on the 17th February
An bhfuil Gaeilge agat? Íoslódáil an achmhainn thíos. At Ineqe we believe everyday is a Safer Internet Day. For this year’s Safer Internet Day, we’re giving you some FREE resources to help positively influence your pupils. This lesson is the first of many teaching resources from online bullying to fake news. Our resources
Today is the International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM, a United Nations sponsored annual awareness day which aims to eradicate FGM across the world. As safeguarding professionals, we have a responsibility to support the elimination of the practice. We have provided you with some further information below on FGM and further support.
This article originally appeared on Huffpost and can be read here. For the ICO’s age appropriate design to work, we need better age verification, safeguarding expert Jim Gamble QPM writes. In this digital age, where parents use screens to pacify, distract and engage their toddlers, it’s no surprise that children and young