Her work has been cited by IICSA and she speaks regularly around the issue of culture within schools and the work that she has pioneered at Wellington around values, behaviours and attitudes interviewing and low-level concerns. This work was recently recognised on the national stage by being awarded the Safeguarding and Child Protection Association’s ‘Outstanding initiative award.’ A co-author of the Farrer & Co guides, Developing and implementing a low-level concerns policy: A guide for organisations which work with children and Addressing child-on-child abuse: a resource for schools and colleges, Delyth is also active member of SACPA and the NADSL.