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Education Safeguarding Advice Service

This service provides professionals working within the education sector with information to help keep children and young people safe.

It is for education safeguarding advice which:

  • Does not require immediate enquiry or communication with the First Response Team.

  or

For example, if you would like advice on:

  • An unresolved professional disagreement regarding a safeguarding issue

  • Managing risk

  • Policy and procedure issues

Contact us

Phone: 01785 895836
Email: esas@staffordshire.gov.uk

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Walleys Quarry health impact scrutiny meeting scheduled

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More important than ever to get vaccinated

With coronavirus cases continuing to rise in the county, Staffordshire's health chief has thanked everyone who has stepped up so far and been vaccinated.
Date:
20 July 2021

Take sensible precautions to limit the spread of Covid-19

With cases continuing to rise in all parts of the county, Staffordshire's health chief has called on residents and businesses to continue taking sensible precautions to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Date:
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Keep getting jabbed and tested Tamworth people urged

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Date:
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