eBulletin Edition 48
Welcome, to the July edition of the TSCP E-Bulletin. Even if you’re not a sports
fan you will notice sport this month, with Euro 2020, Wimbledon and the Olympics.
Sport has the ability to bring communities together and provide real positive
physical and mental health benefits for participations. Even if you don’t
participate in sport there are plenty of other outdoor activities for
children here Outdoor Activities (tameside.gov.uk)
This edition includes information on;
- Two seven minute briefings
- NSPCC case review repository
- Greater Manchester Procedures
- Safe4Summer Campaign
- School holidays activities in Tameside
- Co-Ray Project
- TSCP Training
You will be aware of the changing situation around Covid-19, for the latest information please visit:
7 Minute Briefing
TSCP have published two 7 minute briefings around two case reviews that identified
four themes; self-harm, sexual abuse, bereavement and mental health. To get the
most out of the case reviews we ask to reflect on the findings to discuss the
implications for your organisation.
Learning from Case Reviews
For those that aren’t aware, the NSPCC maintain a national repository for case
review reports and have an online search tool for a wide range of safeguarding
National case review repository | NSPCC Learning
Greater Manchester Procedures
Everyone involved in safeguarding in Tameside should be aware of the Greater
Manchester Procedures and be signed up to be notified whenever they are
updated. There were a series of updates made in June 2021 to check what they
were follow this link;
Greater Manchester Fire Service (Safe4Summer)
The Greater Manchester Fire Service have launched the annual water safety campaign.
Safe4Summer - Greater Manchester Fire Rescue Service
Culture Activities for Children
As we approach Summer Holidays Tameside Council has free resources to keep children
entertained for indoor activities (for rainy summer holiday days or those self isolating)
and outdoor activities.
Culture Crafts (tameside.gov.uk)
Co-Ray Project is based at the University of Oxford with the aim to reduce
prevalence of mental health problems experienced by Children and Young People.
It as a wide range of advice and resources.
Co-RAY Project - Emerging Minds
For the latest webinar on the 20th July please visit:
For the latest information about TSCP training please visit TSCP website. The latest courses include,
Kooth awareness, Neglect and Signs of Safety.
If you want your service or any updates to be included in the TSCP e-bulletin please e-mail