The NSPCC (the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) are conducting a policy and research project with the aim to improve the ways in which they can offer vital support to abused and neglected children.
As teachers, who work with children on a daily basis, you are the prime target audience to assist with this survey and so we would like to ask that as many of our World Class Teachers take part as possible. By offering your thoughts and ideas for this important cause, you could be helping to enhance the lives of children all over the UK.
The deadline for completion is Friday 30th May 2014, so please take a moment to respond and share with as many teachers as you can.

Details of the NSPCC Survey


Supporting and developing early responses to child neglect in health and education services in England: Teachers
Stage two: short NSPCC online survey

This ongoing NSPCC project seeks to learn more about, and find ways to support, universal health and education services in identifying and responding to child neglect at an early stage.
To reach this goal, we have been talking to health and education professionals from across England about their experiences and ideas.  The first stage of the project was a number of discussion groups with teachers, GPs, EY practitioners, school nurses, midwives and health visitors.
*This second stage is an online, England-wide survey of these professionals, including teachers.* 
This survey will help us learn from you about best practice and possible opportunities, so we can develop concrete policy recommendations that will improve outcomes for children experiencing neglect.
Please complete the survey if you are a head teacher, deputy head, SENCO, teacher or learning support staff, working in an infant, primary, junior or secondary school. Click on the link below, or paste it into your browser. It will take around 15-20 minutes to complete.

Please also circulate the link as widely as possible to all the teachers you can reach.
Please complete the survey by Friday 30th May, 2014.

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