eBulletin Edition 40
Welcome, to the November edition of the E-Bulletin. As we enter into the second wave of Covid-19, with the evitable impact on the communities we serve, one thing that has struck me is the humanity of the majority of people that often goes unnoticed, such as a person doing shopping for a next door neighbour. These little things make a big difference to people’s lives, and are the bedrock that local communities are built upon.
This edition includes information on;
- Firework Safety
- Impact of Domestic Abuse on Infants
- Report on Child Criminal Exploitation
- Anti-Bullying Awareness Week
- Road Safety Week
You will be aware of the changing situation around Covid-19, for the latest information please visit:
As bonfire night and New Year approach. Our colleagues in the Manchester Fire and Rescue
service have published the following guidance;
Impact of Domestic Abuse on infants
The For Babys Sake charity have released a 3 minute video on the impact of domestic abuse on infants. Further
resources can be requested on reducing the risk of trauma and building resilience in children.
Please visit https://www.forbabyssake.org.uk/
For more on Adverse Childhood Experiences please visit
Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE)
A report has being published into CCE by central government. At the heart of the learning is the ability
for professionals to identify and respond to critical moments in the child’s life, such as school
exclusions and first time being arrested. Good risk management and working with parents can make a
difference to a child’s outcomes. For the full report please visit.
TSCP Training (update based on Jan-March 2020).
We currently have numerous online courses with places available including; Domestic Abuse Awareness course,
reducing parental conflict, the TSCP foundation course, and neglect. For more information about booking
a virtual course please TSCP Training Courses.
Anti-Bullying Week (Monday 16th-20th November)
This year’s theme for anti-bullying week is United Against Bullying. It starts on Monday (16/11/2020)
with Odds Socks day! So make sure you remember to wear odd socks. For further information, and resources
you can visit the anti-bullying alliance website.
Road Safety Week (16th-22nd November)
In 2019, 42 people were either seriously injured or killed in Tameside (data from Department of Transport).
This years theme for Road Safety Week is “No Need to Speed.” For more resources,
please visit road safety week.
If you want your service or any updates to be included in the TSCP e-bulletin please e-mail