Following the 4Cs of food hygiene will help you maintain good standards for the children in your care. Check out our checklist for quick reference.
Autistic children can find it difficult to express how they feel. Our feelings chart may help parents, or as a visual support in the classroom. Print here.
Neurodiversity is a movement that wants to change the way we think about autism. Learn more about the movement from our research.
If you work with children, having an awareness of parental substance misuse and the effects it may have is crucial. Test your awareness in our quick quiz.
If you work with children & families, an awareness of mental health & the effects it may have on care is extremely useful. Test your expertise in our quiz.
Regulated activity refers to roles, involving work with children or vulnerable adults, for which you must have a DBS certificate. Our guide explains more.
Our guide includes the definition of safer recruitment, why it’s necessary and a template for completing your own safer recruitment policy.
Child safeguarding legislation is often updated in order to strengthen protections. Our guide to the changes will ensure you’re aware of the 2018 amends.
Schools are responsible for taking reasonable steps to ensure pupils’ safety whilst on a work experience placement. Read more for guidance.
Our guide offers advice for managing your own health & wellbeing whilst caring for another, so that you recover quickly from caregiver stress and burn out.