Slough Safeguarding Children Partnership

Out of school settings providers

OOSS are organisations or individuals that provide tuition, training, instruction or activities to children in England without their parents’ or carers’ supervision. These settings generally provide their services outside of normal school hours (for example, evenings, weekends, school holidays), although some settings are run part-time during school hours to help meet the needs of those in home education. This page provides information to providers to help them with their safeguarding responsibilities and includes information on  where they can seek support & training. 

Keeping children safe: code of practice ( provides guidance for providers on responsibilities.

Prevent e-learning is available on this link: INTRODUCTION TO PREVENT E-LEARNING PACKAGE;

Domestic abuse e-learning is available on this link:  E-learning-courses-2020.pdf (;

Basic easy to understand Safeguarding training is on this link: Slough Safeguarding Basics and Covid-19 - YouTube

Local contact list for advice and support: Essential contacts

Please click here to read letter sent to Out of school settings providers