20 min

Episode 17: An introduction to safeguarding with Ann-Marie Christian TTS Talking Early Years

    • Education

Alistair Bryce-Clegg is joined by Ann-Marie Christian, a safeguarding consultant, speaker, and author. In this episode, they delve into the crucial topic of safeguarding in the early years. 


The conversation underscores the challenges of recognising safeguarding issues and the role of early years practitioners as vigilant observers. Information sharing within the team is crucial, as child abuse can occur in various settings, even affluent ones. They also stress that cultural beliefs and practices may sometimes clash with safeguarding principles. 


Ann-Marie and Alistair emphasize the complexity of safeguarding and the necessity of training and support for practitioners to make informed decisions that prioritise children's wellbeing.  


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(The views expressed throughout this podcast are the speakers' own, and TTS does not take responsibility for the views and guidance highlighted as part of this recording.)  


Please note: When referencing the speakers views, theory and work for development of your own materials, please ensure academic reference of the speaker is cited. 

Alistair Bryce-Clegg is joined by Ann-Marie Christian, a safeguarding consultant, speaker, and author. In this episode, they delve into the crucial topic of safeguarding in the early years. 


The conversation underscores the challenges of recognising safeguarding issues and the role of early years practitioners as vigilant observers. Information sharing within the team is crucial, as child abuse can occur in various settings, even affluent ones. They also stress that cultural beliefs and practices may sometimes clash with safeguarding principles. 


Ann-Marie and Alistair emphasize the complexity of safeguarding and the necessity of training and support for practitioners to make informed decisions that prioritise children's wellbeing.  


📌 To shop for resources relevant to this podcast conversation, click here.    






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(The views expressed throughout this podcast are the speakers' own, and TTS does not take responsibility for the views and guidance highlighted as part of this recording.)  


Please note: When referencing the speakers views, theory and work for development of your own materials, please ensure academic reference of the speaker is cited. 

20 min

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