West Midlands Violence Reduction Unit County Lines and Criminal Exploitation Awareness Training Programme
For Parents, Carers and The Community
This regional awareness training programme aims to develop and improve our understanding of the threat from County Lines and Criminal Exploitation.
All sessions are free of charge and will be delivered via Microsoft Teams / Zoom. The timetable below has links to the Eventbrite booking page for each event, where tickets can be booked. There are limited spaces for each session, so please sign up at your earliest opportunity to guarantee your place.
Please note The Children’s Society #LookCloser Programme of Learning is also attached below.
On behalf of the West Midlands Violence Reduction Unit and our partners we would like to share our deepest gratitude to our third sector partners who are delivering the training within the programme below.
We encourage you to share this awareness training programme far and wide amongst your networks.
Please see WMVRU Training Information Document below for details of all training on offer
5 Pillars of Parenting Workshop
The 5 Pillars of Parenting was a great success. Parents/carers who took part in the workshop gave very positive feedback and said it was interesting, informative and beneficial.
Hopefully we will be running the workshop again later on in the year so if you are interested in taking part please speak to Mrs Nadat.
It is NOT ok to hit your child with a stick, wooden spoon, slipper or any other object it is ILLEGAL.
Hitting a child with any object is a form of ASSAULT and CHILD ABUSE .
Part of our job at Palfrey Junior School is to make sure all children are safe and free from the risk of harm – at school and at home. In line with our Safeguarding Policy we will report any safeguarding concerns we have to Social Services and / or the Police.
This is NOT a cultural issue , you should not use this as an excuse. We are in the UK and hitting a child with an object is AGAINST THE LAW!
We run regular Parenting Workshops. Enquire at the school office for next available dates.
The school’s Safeguarding Policy can be found in the Policy section of the school’s website