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Keeping Children Safe in Cheshire East

Children and Young People

All children and young people have the right to a happy, healthy, loved and stimulated childhood.  You  should be given the opportunity to achieve your full potential in life free from abuse and neglect. 

There is information in this section to help you if:

  • You are worried about the way you are being treated
  • You are worried about someone else
  • You want to find out more about Child Protection and what happens to children and young people involved

If you have a concern that can’t wait please contact the Cheshire East Consultation Service on 0300 123 5012 (option 3), or the Out of Hours Service 0300 123 5022. This is a team of professionals who will be able to advise you on all matters if you do not feel safe.

'Working Together to Safeguard Children' is government guidance to ensure organisations work well together to help you, here is a Young Person’s Guide to help explain what it may mean for you.

Further information is included in this section of the website on how to get help if you have any concerns.

Latest News

Act Now 2017 - This year’s LSCB Children and Young People’s Conference, Act Now 2017, was at held Canalside Conference Centre, Middlewich, on 12 July 2017 and was another HUGE SUCCESS for everyone involved! Every presentation was so inspiring for children and young people. You can view the key themes shown in the presentations by viewing the following documents.

  1. Looking out for others by Middlewich High School (PowerPoint, 365KB)
  2. Youth Network by Poynton High School (PDF, 669KB), including the Poynton pride Mini Quiz (PowerPoint, 924KB)
  3. CSE Radio Show by St Thomas Moore High School (PDF, 276KB)
  4. Missing by Sandbach School

Early Break (a young people’s drug and alcohol service) has launched it’s brand new, educational microsite, Don’t Be A Zombie!

Don’t Be A Zombie is an interactive microsite aimed at educating and informing young people around the harms and issues associated with drug and alcohol misuse.  It has been developed by Early Break who have worked closely with Rochdale Council and Make Agency to bring harm reduction messages to young people around drugs and alcohol.

Positive Relationships Break The CSE Cycle

Catch 22 Peer Champions produced 2 short films for CSE Awareness Day 2018. 

Also see the poster produced which focuses on the CSE cycle and how at each stage positive relationships can help break the CSE cycle (PDF, 1.12MB) 

Keeping Children Safe in Cheshire East