Safeguarding Children in Banbury Logo Competition

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Cherwell and West Oxfordshire

Pupils at schools in the Cherwell local police area competed against each other to create a logo for the Safeguarding Children In Banbury Group.

The Safeguarding Children In Banbury Group is made up of primary and secondary schools, Locality and Community Support Service teams, Police and other partner agencies. The group’s aim is to get schools to work collaboratively to identify and deliver suitable content on priorities such as child sexual exploitation across all schools at the same time.

The logo entries were judged by local MP Victoria Prentis, Councillor Kieron Mallon and Superintendent Mark Johns at Banbury police station and after much deliberation a winner and two runners up were selected.

Superintendent Mark Johns visited the competition winner, Ysabella Mistula a pupil at Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sixth Form, to present her with an award.

Congratulations to all who entered the competition.

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