Tag: safeguarding

It has been a theme of this web site that Safeguarding is insincere. Its primary purpose is to protect officials from liabilities that arise from being linked to child abuse. Underlying attitudes towards young people, put simply, a tendency to turn young people into objects, have not changed at all. A real change in attitudes […]

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In 2009 we reported on a report by an ex Social Services inspector Graham BadmanĀ into Home Education. The report was designed to make recommendations concerning the Home Education sector. The Badman report made a series of recommendations to introduce a high-level of surveillance into the home education sector. In particular the report made a recommendation […]

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