Helpful tools, guides and downloadsRESOURCES A range of affordable and free resources to help you effectively safeguard and protect children in your care, as well as support those looking after them. Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy Development & Audit Tool$70 An essential tool for any individual responsible for implementing a Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy or reviewing an existing one.Guide to Creating a Safeguarding Code of Conduct$45 Providing constructive guidance to key points of shared practice. To provide planning content, monitoring, and review processes.Essential Safeguarding and Child Protection Bundle$99 We have distilled our many years experience working with organisations large and small into a set of resources.Report of ConcernFREE Sometimes it is the quality of the information you pass on that makes all the difference.Support ServicesFREE It is important to seek support and guidance if you feel concerned. Get more helpful links / contacts.Information Sharing ProvisionsFREE This applies to a large group of government agencies, non-government organisations, health and education services.Body MapFREE Use our body map to help you pinpoint the location of an injury and to classify the injury in detail.E Tū Whānau – Our Ancestors enjoyed loving whānau relationshipsFREE This resource discusses how violence was not a traditional part of Māori family life. It also talks about the strong evidence around loving whānau relationships.E Tū Whānau – Protecting our whānauFREE Seeking to help rebuild and strengthen protective factors for Māori by restoring traditional whānau values and giving them a ‘new lease of life’.My Body My TaongaTwo young friends, Rāwiri and Ruby, have a kōrero about body safety and take readers on a learning journey with them.5 things I can do to stand upFREE A Big Life Journal printable resource for children about what actions a child can take to stand up for themselves and for others.Body boundaries sound likeFREE A Big Life Journal printable resource for children about what language they can use when they feel their body boundaries are being crossed.Body boundaries look likeFREE A Big Life Journal printable resource for children about what body boundaries can look like and what action a child can take if they don't want someone in their boundary bubble.