BSCP Annual Report 2020-21
New way to book BSCP training courses
There is a new way to book on to BSCP Training courses!
From 1st February, we will no longer accept the booking forms sent to Safeguarding.Training@bromley.gov.uk instead you must book via our new learning management system called Read more
BSCP Annual Report 2019-20
Launch of the new Bromley 0 to 19 Public Health Service
22/09/2020 Update from Police re reports of attempted abduction in BR6
Update from Inspector Kathy Morteo and Detective Inspector Dave Adams from South Area police, 21 September 2020
Dear Parents and guardians,
As you are aware, recently South Area police have received a number of reports regarding suspicious males and an attempted ab...Read more
Bromley Safer Schools App for parents and carers launched
The Bromley Safer Schools App is now available free to all parents, grandparents and carers of children and young people who live in Bromley or attend school in Bromley.
The app is already used by over 5000 schools across the UK. It will cost you nothing to download to provide access t...Read more
Bromley Safer Schools App supporting professionals to keep children safer online
The Bromley Safer Schools App is now available to the children's workforce in Bromley and it costs nothing to download to provide access to advice, guidance and CPD accredited training, with a specific focus on making children and young people safer in the online world.
In these unpr...Read more
BSCP new FGM Awareness App launched today
BSCP's new FGM Awareness App will be launched at our FGM conference on 16th January 2020.
The App has been designed to help the children's workforce understand FGM, the law, the context in which it takes place and your safeguarding responsibility with regards to FGM. This app wil...Read more
BSCB Annual Report 2018-19
Bromley Safeguarding Children Board's Annual Report covering 2018-19 is now published. It has hyperlinks built in so is best viewed on a screen. Please only print if absolutely necessary. You can find it Read more
Mum's Support Group
Do you know someone who could benefit from this new support group?
Mum’s Support Group
Drop-in support group for pregnant women and new mums living in Bromley borough.
Look after your own emotional and mental well-being by joining our weekly, relaxed, drop-i...Read more
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW August 2019
BSCB Early Intervention Conference October 2019
All members of the Bromley children's workforce are invited to book a FREE place at the BSCB Early Intervention Conference on 16th October, 9.15-1.30 at the Civic Centre, Council Chamber. This will be an excellent opportunity for multi agency networking and to listen to a range of excelle...Read more
Momo and other exaggerated news
Bromley Ofsted Report Published
I hope you all had a happy Christmas break and wish each of you a healthy and prosperous New Year.
In fact, I can think of no better way to start this new year than by drawing your attention to the outcome of the recent ILACS inspection of Bromley children’s soci...Read more
Understanding Bromley's Gangs Profile - Lunchtime Learning Event
BSCB lunchtime briefing for the children's workforce in Bromley on Monday 17th December on ‘Understanding Bromley’s Gang Profile’. This will be presented by DCI Richard McDonagh.
The profile has been developed to illustrate the current Bromley gang profile with temporal analys...Read more
BSCB Annual Report 2017-18
Things You Need To Know now out
BSCB Annual Conference 20th November 2018 BOOK NOW
Our Annual Conference 2018 will be on Tuesday 20th November 2018, 9am-3.30pm at The Warren, Hayes, Kent.
Booking is now OPEN.
The theme this year is Vulnerable Adolescents and Pathways to Harm. Our key speakers are Dr Carlene Firmin MBE who will t...Read more
Private Fostering Week 2018
It's Private Fostering Week 2018.
Private Fostering is……..
When a child under the age of 16 (under 18 if they are disabled) is cared for by someone who is not their parent or a close relative for 28 days or more.
Close relatives are defined as step-parents, grandpare...Read more
Bromley FGM Protocol updated for 2018
NEW Take Two Video- Janet Bailey, Director of Children's Social Care
NEW video - Ade Adetosoye on impact of BSCB and 'Collective Gift'
Neglect Strategy and Toolbox launched
Digital Footprint Survey Results Now Available
2018 Survey for Bromley Children's Workforce
BSCB Annual Report 2016-17 published
The BSCB Annual Report is now published, covering the financial year 2016-17. Bromley Safeguarding Children Board's independent chair, Jim Gamble, presented the partnership report to LBB councillors at a public meeting on Wednesday 17th January. Copies will now be sent to MOPAC, London C...Read more
New BSCB apps and video for children's workforce in Bromley now live
Below are links to download the BSCB Apps. Downloading these important resources will ensure that the information you need is never further away than the smart phone in your pocket.
Bromley Safeguarding Children & Young People -
iOS: Read more
Online surveys launched- TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
We have launched 3 surveys to help us find out more about how Bromley's children and young people use digital technology. If you are under 18 years old and live or study in Bromley, or you are a parent/carer of an under 18 then WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Please complete our anonymous ...Read more
New Thresholds of Need Guidance launched
The new Bromley Thresholds of Need Guidance is now published and should be used by the entire children's workforce in Bromley.
Please delete any draft copies or any old 'A Child's Journey in Bromley' documents. These are now obsolete.
The Thresholds document explai...Read more
CSE Awareness Week
BSCB Appoints new Independent Chair
On 16th January 2017, Jim Gamble QPM took up his new role as Bromley Safeguarding Children Board’s independent chair. Jim has a wealth of experience having chaired City and Hackney’s SCB for the last three years which, under Jim’s leadership, is the first and only Local Safeguarding Chi...Read more