Compared to the 2014 version, the updated guidance has a strengthened focus on children’s rights, resilience building and collaboration with families and services.
Spanning over 250 pages, the guidance received updates to every section, containing advice and best practice on issues such as poverty, bullying and child sexual abuse. It also includes the addition of Part 2B: ‘Approach to multi-agency assessment in child protection’.
We reviewed some of sections that are relevant to online safety, you can access the full guidance below at the end.
Figure 1: Expectations from children who may be involved in child