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Recording and reporting concerns about childhood neglect is vital.

What are the common barriers to reporting? What part do schools play in multi-agency child protection processes?

Unit 4 explains the importance of chronological and detailed recording of concerns about neglect. It encourages participants to think about their individual responsibilities – to be alert to signs of neglect and to report and record their concerns.

The activity demonstrates the importance of recording seemingly low level and unconnected occurrences as they can combine to reveal a pattern of neglect.

Aims and outcomes

  • Recognise the importance of reporting and recording.
  • Examine the barriers to taking action in cases of neglect.
  • Understand where the school fits in the multi-agency child welfare/child protection process.

Unit content

  • Introduction
  • Recording observations and concerns

Unit content

Unit 4: Continuous monitoring and recording