Faith groups and Safeguarding Children
All organisations that work with or come into contact with
children should have safeguarding polices and procedures to ensure
that every child, regardless of their age, gender, religion or
ethnicity, can be protected from harm.
Setting up and following good safeguarding policies and
procedures means children are safe from adults and other children
who might pose a risk.
The information and advice on these pages was provided by the
Safe Network service which closed on 1 April 2016.
Fore more information on safeguarding and faith setting click
NSPCC has produced a series of films on how to protect children
within religious or faith settings. They are aimed at people
working in faith settings and places of worship across the UK, to
help them keep children safe, and can be