Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
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About the Course
Duration: 50 mins (approx)
As knife crime is on the increase, educational institutions have a duty of care to keep young people safe. It’s essential that all staff who work with children and young individuals are aware of their safeguarding responsibilities around knife crime. In 2019, Ofsted made a number of policy and practical recommendations for schools to consider. The report was in response to agencies, schools, colleges and other educational providers who want to do more given the huge impact knife crime is having on young people.
Our Essential CPD course on knife crime provides you and your staff with the core content you need to ensure you are able to tackle knife crime effectively. Delivered in high-quality video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anytime, anywhere, our knife crime training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost effective and most time-efficient manner.
Delivered by subject matter expert Craig Pinkney, the course contains links to further learning, resources and activities throughout, with knowledge tests and assessments to help you evidence your knife crime training compliance.
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Informative watchingVery informative and interesting informationDiane Cundall, Admin - Hilbre High School
Excellent and informativeReally clear advice on a tricky subjectSarah Rhodes - Swinton Academy
Great way to quickly update knowledgeGreat!Amanda Neville, Deputy Headteacher - Tupton Hall School
GoodVery informativeDan Granger, Teacher - Tupton Hall School
Very useful and informative courseI have learned so much in an hour. This is a topic we should mention more often during Insets at school.Alice Laudas - Kingsdale Foundation School
Knife crimeExcellent webinar with clear info. It will be interesting to see how the statistics are impacted by Covid 19! Presenter was fantastic.Sharon Bardo - Anglo European School
Knife CrimeWell deliveredSue Frowen - The Forest High School
PE Instructorinteresting course that I can pass on to my own childrenPrice Jason - Kingsdale Foundation School
Useful and informative.I enjoyed the course.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
Knife Crime in SchoolsVery informative.Pamela Dunkley - Selly Oak Trust School
Knife CrimeInformation was delivered in a clear way providing me with a good understanding of the subject.Rachael Warren, Teacher - Hemswell Cliff Primary School
CPD on Knife CrimeStatistics show knife crime increasing. Clear that a multi-agency approach is vital. Useful having the statistically most likely times for children under 16 to be stabbed (4pm-6pm). Important to be aware of student demographics. Secondary trauma and fear are areas for staff awareness. Engage student voice re safeguarding training for staff. Interesting and informative webinar.Richard Stroud - The Forest High School
Review of knife crime in schools courseThis course gives a brilliant insight into not only the official guidance relating to knife crime in schools, but also offers practical insights into the reasons behind knife crime in young people, and suggests practical strategies which schools can use to improve the situation. The presenter is relatable and very clear.Kim Wallace, Teacher - Tupton Hall School
knife crime in schoolsgood informationGAIL HOSIE, Retail Catering Manager - Birkenhead Sixth Form College
Excellent and thoroughWell paced, informative and thought provoking. Involved all aspects - detailing Ofsted vital information, and other aspects. Very well delivered. Exam at the end to ensure participant has taken the information in.Teresa Roberts - Phoenix Collegiate
Knife CrimeI enjoyed this webinar. Informative, helpful and supportive. Thank yous lloyd, Teacher - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
Knife CrimeExcellent presentation and very informative. Brilliant insight into the official guidance relating to knife crimes.Andrea Townsend, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
Engaging and informativeAn excellent webinar on knife crime.K Ball, pastoral - Moorside High School ST9 0HP
Review: Knife Crime CourseThe course was extremely informative and something I can use in my teaching practice as a Form Tutor, where I can better advise my tutees about this issue. The presenter was extremely passionate about this course content, which made the experience better.Jonathan Poon - Kingsdale Foundation School
Knife Crime In SchoolsHaving the statistically most likely times for children under 16 to be stabbed (4pm-6pm). Important to be aware of student demographics. Secondary trauma and fear are areas for staff awareness. Interesting and informative . Evelyn Ilott TA Queen Katharine AcademyEvelyn Ilott, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
EdwardI enjoyed that session. Clear, precise and informativeEdward Otieno - Kingsdale Foundation School
Knife crimeThe tutor was very clear and concise. Excellent coursecarole connaughton, teacher - Unity Academy Blackpool
well presented, easy to follow, interestingCarol Musgrave, Achievement Support Assistant - Thorpepark Academy
Excellentloved itJoanne Carter, Teacher - Moorside High School ST9 0HP
Knife Crime in SchoolsA very informative webinar delivered by a man very knowledgeable and passionate about this area.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Clearly delivered.Good and informative.Jill Brannigan - Seaton Valley Federation of Schools
Great presentationThis was a really informative course, and the passionate presenter made it very interesting.Leslie Bradshaw, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
very informativesome eye opening information here!Robert Lester, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
Very informativeI have learnt a lot on how to engage children to enhance good mental healthAnita Awumey, Senior leader - Roding Primary School
Well presented and thoughtfulWould definitely revisit as it makes you wonder how hard teachers are working and having to deal with so much. Helps you to understand tat change is about to come. Reassuring to a point.Imran Ali, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
Holistic approachIt was interesting and sparks awareness of the situation. Well delivered.Laura Borelli Moya, Teaching assistant - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
Crucial information in less than an hourThe webinar was excellent and set out in a way that I could absorb all of the information. A confident speaker - thank you!Angela Smith - Oasis Academy Immingham
Certificate in Knife Crime in SchoolsI thought that the course was sharp and straight to the pointZahid Bashir, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
excellentbrilliant adviceLisa Morrison, Teaching Assistant - Our Lady and St Patrick's Catholic Primary School
ExcellentThis webinar was excellent. The speaker was very knowledgeable. I could relate to this webinar as I work in am all boys secondary school in an area that has a high number of knife crime incidents.Tracy Halfacre, HLTA - St Bonaventure's School
Knife CrimeThis was such an engaging and interesting course. The presenter, Chris, makes you feel as if he is talking to you personally rather than reading from a script. He is enthusiatic about the topic and this in turn makes you feel the same. Very informative.Pauline Spencer, Cover Supervisor - University Academy Long Sutton
Certificate in Knife Crime in SchoolsExcellent course. Really well presented. Informative. Thank youAnn Robinson, Teacher - Fir Tree Fishery CIC
Knife CrimeThis course is very informative, detailed and thought provoking.Jenni Mersh, Teacher - John Spence Community High School
Strongly recommend these online courses as they are very good.GoodAndrew Newman, PE Teacher - Shoeburyness High School
Very interestingAn interesting and sadly very relevant course. Engaging and interesting speakerJulie Russell - Range High School
InformativeWell delivered and was interesting.Zoie Wiseman, Pastoral Manager - Withernsea High School Humanities College
Very InterestingVery useful for all phases.Annabel Ashwell, Assistant Head - Quality of Education - Brooklands School
Knife CrimeVery good webinar, with lots of information and insight into why young people may resort to carrying knives.Giselle Persinger, Other Pupil Support - Abbey Park School
Very informativeMade me think more about a challenging subjectBen MOSS, Teacher - St Mary's C.E. Middle School, Puddletown
Delivered by award-winning educators, Olly Lewis and Mark Anderson, the course is divided into six easy-to-digest modules and contains links to further learning and case studies, with an assessment test to help you evidence your remote learning compliance.
Delivered by subject matter expert, Christina Rodgers, the course has been divided into six easily digestible modules and contains links to further learning and resources throughout, with knowledge tests and assessments to help you evidence your safeguarding compliance.
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