NSPCC – placed based initiative ‘Together for Childhood’

The NSPCC has set up a placed based initiative called ‘Together for Childhood’. Together for Childhood is all about bringing agencies and communities together to work in partnership to prevent sexual abuse in a defined geographical area or town. In Stoke-on-Trent, the area of focus will be Chell Health and Fegg Hayes. You can find more information about Together for Childhood here.

As part of the evaluation of Together for Childhood, NSPCC are asking professionals who work with children and young people to complete a survey. The NSPCC would like build upon the great things you are already doing to help keep children safe.

NSPCC would like to find out what you already know about sexual abuse, what you do in your organisation to safeguard children and how you use preventative approaches. They hope the information they collect from this survey will help to shape future work with you and help them understand if Together for Childhood is helping to prevent abuse.

Please read the attached information sheet BEFORE deciding if you would like to take part. The survey is ANONYMOUS.

If you are happy to take part, please click here. You will firstly be presented with a consent form which is followed by a short survey. The survey will take around ten minutes to complete.

For more information, please click here.

Thank you for your help. If you have any questions please contact Alice Harrison on alice.harrison@nspcc.org.uk.