TDA 2.2: Safeguarding

1.Safeguarding refers to

a)Protecting children from all forms of abuse
b)Protecting and preventing all forms of abuse
d)Avoid any action to protect and prevent abuse

2.In safeguarding context

a)Protection means guarding children who have already been abused
b)Prevention means taking measures to stop or avoid abuse from occurring in the first place
c)Protection means guarding over children who have not been abused
d)Both a and b

3.Signs of physical abuse are

a)Bites and burns
b)Bruises and lashes on back and neck
c)Grazes on knees and elbows
d)Both a and b
e)Both a and c

4.Verbal abuse refers to

a)Calling names, swearing and yelling
b)Praising and being polite
c)Ignoring and excluding someone

5.Emotional abuse is

a)Punching and kicking a child
b)Criticising a child�s behaviour or their appearances
c)Embarrassing a child in front of others
d)Respecting a child
e)Both a and c
f)Both b and c

6.Signs of neglect are

a)Signs of illness
b)Loss of weight and lethargic
c)Unwashed and torn or dirty clothes
d)Healthy weight and well dressed
e)All of the above except d

7.Signs of sexual abuse are

a)Bruising, itching or discharge from genitals
b)Difficulty walking
c)Being withdrawn.
d)Both a and b
e)All of the above

8.Bullying can be described as

a)Intimidating or threatening someone using gestures and making fun of someone
b)Sending positive messages via text or emails
c)Putting peers under pressure to act or look a certain way

9.Short term effects of abuse may cause

a)Child to feel worthless, unloved and frightened
b)Child to forget what has happened
c)Child to want to be alone all the time and be withdrawn
d)All of the above

10.Long-term effects of abuse

a)May lead to mental problems or result in self-abuse
b)May hinder physical growth
c)May encourage openness and trust

11.Policies to safeguard children in childcare settings are

a)Dropping and collecting children
b)Nappy changing
c)Visitors in the premises
d)Children alleging abuse
e)All of the above
f)Both b and c

12.Disclosure policy is used when

a)Child alleges abuse
b)Child being suspected of abuse
c)Child revealing happy experiences at home
d)Both a and b
e)None of the above

13.Types of digital abuse are

a)Using mobiles to send threatening text or nasty emails
b)Using mobiles or internet to post humiliating images and videos of the victim
c)Using internet chat lines to spread embarrassing rumours
d)Using internet to set up hate sites/ groups
e)Both c and d
f)All of the above

14.Grooming refers to

a)An adult pretending to be a child and talking to them
b)Combing hair and looking nice before meeting someone
c)An adult forming a relationship and trust with a child
d)An adult asking child for personal information such as pictures and mobile phone numbers
e)All of the above except b
f)All of the of the above except a

15.Disadvantages of using internet are

a)Risk of grooming by paedophile or talking to strangers
b)Cheap to shop online
c)Doing research for school homework
d)Free from Cyber abuse

16.Other disadvantages of using internet are

a)Exposure to inappropriate material such as pornography
b)Sending emails to friends online
c)Listening to free music

17.Advantages of internet are

a)Huge source of information available
c)Talk to friends and family by email, chat room and messenger
d)Play games, watch films and listen to music from wide range of websites
e)All of the above

18.Consequences of grooming are

a)Kidnapping or murder
b)Rape/sexual abuse
c)Making friends for life
d)Both a and b
e)Both b and c

19.Agencies or organisation available at national level are

a)E-Safety UK council for child internet safety (UKCCIS)
b)E-Safety UK council for child internet safety (UKCCIS)
c)National Society for prevention of cruelty to children (NSPCC)
d)Local education authorities (LEAs)
e)Criminal Record Bureau (CRB)
f)All of them

20.Support and services at local and national level includes

a)Social services or child protection team
b)Local GP / councillors
c)Kidscape, Childline or Samaritans
d)All of the above

21.Kidscape is a charity that

a)Has a website that gives information to children and parents on school bullying
b)Provides services such as training and anti-bullying resources
c)Organises school trips for all children
d)Both a and b
e)All of the above

22.Childline refers to

a)A website which supports victims of abuse
b)A telephone line that allows victims to talk to someone in confidence
c)A telephone line for children to chat socially to one another
d)Both a and b
e)All of the above

23.The role of E-safety is to

a)Work in partnership with other agencies to keep children and young people safe on-line
b)Provides schools with various resources on teaching children how to use internet safely
c)Encourages children to explore all the websites to gain knowledge
d)Both a and b
e)None of the above

24.The National Society for prevention of cruelty to children work involves

a)Working in partnership with NHS, schools nurseries, police and social services to raise awareness about child abuse
b)Providing services to support children and their families
c)Provide helpline for children who are in danger/risk
d)All of the above
e)Both a and b