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Supervision & Support

One to One & group sessions are availiable

Professional Supervision for Safeguarding Leads

Safeguarding supervision supports in unpicking situations that arise, providing an external overview, exploring & challenging potential personal and community wide bias and provides you with a confidential and safe space to decompress and off load some of the pressure that is inevitable when dealing with complex and often harrowing situations involving children experiencing harm. Supervision should be at minimum monthly with additional sessions to allow for the opportunity for group supervision or ad hoc sessions to support if there is a higher level issue that arises.


One to One Supervision/Support

Personalised 1:1 support on safeguarding issues.

The option to have ongoing supervision to explore issues as and when they arise, this will help you deepen your understanding of Safeguarding and Child Protection and how these areas differ within a school compared to a more formal low enforcement or security responses.


General Support Package 

Can be combined with Supervision sessions

This service (minimum of 10 hours) delivers expert guidance whenever you need it, whether it's fine-tuning policies, tackling specific challenges, crafting impactful parent workshops, reflecting on recent situations, or simply getting quick answers to any safeguarding question. Use the hours flexibly, for big projects or quick consultations, ensuring the perfect fit for your school. 

You can't always avoid the storm but being well prepared for it will reduce the damage you have to deal with coming out the other side!

"Supervision also sustains the personal resourcefulness required to undertake the work."

British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists (BACP)

"Sian has supported me as a trainee student social worker with both professional and personal supervision on a number of occasions during the past year. Sian offered me reflective space to enable me to consider how ‘’self’’ may influence and shape the relational interactions I formed with the children and families I worked alongside.  Sian actively listened and offered solution-focused approaches within all the professional supervision she offered".   
Clare, Safeguarding Social Worker

Safeguarding and child protection cannot be a one person job.
The TEAM is there to SHARE the load and SUPPORT each other but also to CHALLENGE thinking and decisions.

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