Low-Level Concerns and Staff Allegation Resource Hub

What are Low-Level Concerns

Low-Level concerns are a subject that everyone working with or around children needs to understand from teaching staff and sports coaches to volunteers and parents. This resource hub is a place for you to find information on low-level concerns and valuable resources on the best ways to record, report and manage low-level concerns and staff allegations within your organisation. 

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Low-Level Concerns Resources

Low-Level Concerns Poster

Low-Level Concerns Poster

What are low-level concerns and who should be reporting them? We created this handy poster to go in staff rooms or offices to educate staff on what low-level concerns are and instances where low-level concerns should be reported as well as niggling doubts and self-referrals.

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Low-Level Concerns Leaflet

Low-Level Concerns Leaflet

To help you and your colleagues to digest the 2021 part 4 KCSIE guidance on low-level concerns and allegations against staff, we have compiled the updates and changes into this useful leaflet that can be put in your staff room or circulated to staff members.

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Managing Low-Level Concerns in your MAT

Managing Low-Level Concerns in your MAT

In this webinar Mike and Delyth will be addressing some low-level concern key issues and answering your questions about the management of low-level concerns within a MAT setting.

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Wellington College

Wellington College

In this case study, Wellington College's Deputy Head (Safeguarding) Delyth Lynch explains the College's low-level concern policy and how Confide has helped with college record and manage all low-level concerns and allegations about staff and adults working within the organisation.

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Allegations against Staff, Low-Level Concerns and Reporting them

Allegations against Staff, Low-Level Concerns and Reporting them

In this blog, we discuss examples of low-level concerns, the importance of reporting these concerns, a serious case review, and how it is vital establishments have secure systems in place to record and manage these concerns.

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Demystifying Low-Level Concerns

Demystifying Low-Level Concerns

In this webinar experts in the field of “low-level concerns” will provide you with authoritative guidance and the answers to all your questions on low-level concerns and allegations against adults working in your organisation.

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Low-Level Concerns with Delyth Lynch

Low-Level Concerns with Delyth Lynch

In this episode, we speak to Deputy Head (Safeguarding) at Wellington College, Delyth Lynch. We explore a range of topics around low-level concerns, such as what constitutes a low-level concern, and reasons for self-referral.

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