1. 30/01/19 Generalist Training @ Unipart CANCELLED

    30 January, 2019

    Unfortunately we have had to cancel todays training at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Apologies for the short notice and any inconvenience this has caused. We will be contacting all registered delegates in due course to rebook the training at the first available opportunity. Kind regards

  2. Staying safe on social media

    24 January, 2019

    Online abuse affects many children and young people everyday. If you’re worried that a child is being bullied online, or want to discuss a concern or seek advice right now, you can call the NSPCC helpline for parents and professionals at any time on 0808 800 5000, or visit their website. will be read by one […]

  3. Keeping children safe from button batteries

    17 January, 2019

    Keeping children safe from button batteries during the festive season and beyond! By Wendy Nicholson & Alison Morton

  4. Free Suicide Prevention Training

    21 December, 2018

    Please see here for free suicide prevention training. Further details below;  

  5. Keeping safe at Halloween

    30 October, 2018

    Put safety first this Halloween to make sure it is a night for treats not tragedies   Fancy dress costumes Parents should be aware of the potential dangers of their children wearing fancy dress costumes, either shop bought or home-made, if they’re around fireworks, sparklers, or open flames (such as pumpkins with candles). If a child is wearing […]

  6. Free VOXY Domestic Abuse event for young people on Friday 26th October

    23 October, 2018

    Please share the poster and BOOK PLACES for young people ASAP…

  7. Unseen App to report modern slavery

    19 October, 2018

    The UK-wide Modern Slavery Helpline, which is operated by Unseen, was established in the autumn of 2016. New figures show dramatic increases in contacts to the Helpline during the first six months of 2018 (Jan-June) compared to the same period in 2017. In Summer 2018 Unseen released the Unseen App to make reporting to the […]

  8. New housing network to aid protection of adults and children from abuse

    The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board and Safeguarding Adult Board Housing Network held its first meeting on Wednesday 3rd of October. The network brings together professionals from the Oxfordshire children and adult safeguarding boards and around 40 housing providers across the county to share concerns, advice and best practice with each other. See here for further info.    

  9. 10th October 2018 World Mental Health Day

    10 October, 2018

    The theme if this years World Mental Health Day is Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World. Imagine growing up in our world today. Imagine dealing with human rights violations, wars and violence in the home, schools and businesses on a regular basis. Young people are spending most of their day on the internet […]

  10. Introducing OSCB’s new Independent Chair

    27 September, 2018

    Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board is pleased to inform you that we have a new Independent Chair, Richard Simpson, who joined us as of the 1st September. Richard is currently the Assistant Director for Children’s Services for Barnardo’s, where he has strategic and operational responsibility for 200 staff including early help, emotional health and wellbeing, child […]