Safeguarding Quiz - 2020
Q1. What is the name of the document that all staff are expected to have read? *
Q2. Which part of “Keeping Children Safe in Education” must all staff have read? *
Q3. What title is given to the person in a school who is responsible for safeguarding, child protection and protecting the welfare of children? *

Q4. Who are the Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) at Spring Grove Primary School?

Q5. If a staff member has a safeguarding concern about a child, they should speak to... *
Q6. Who is allowed to contact Social Services directly? *
Q7. If a staff member has a safeguarding concern about another member of staff, they should speak to... *
Q8. Children includes everyone under the age of... *
Q9. Early Help means... *
Q10. It is OK to promise a child that you will not tell anyone about an allegation... *
Q11. Which website provides useful information on the types of abuse? *
Q12. If after a referral the child's situation does not appear to be improving the Designated Safeguarding Lead (or the person that made the referral) should... *
Q13. If a teacher discovers that an act of Female Genital Mutilation appears to have been carried out on a girl under the age of 18 the teacher must report this to... *
Q14. If a child is in immediate danger or is at risk of harm a referral should be made to the child's social care and/or the police... *
Q15. If staff have concerns about safeguarding practices within school they should... *

Q16. the Acronym Test (Please write each acronym out in full in the space provided)

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