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As knife crime is on the increase, educational institutions have a duty of care to keep young people safe. The Ofsted ‘Safeguarding children and young people in education from knife crime’ report provides a number of policy and practical recommendations for schools to help them do more in protecting children from knife crime.
This webinar is for head teachers, designated safeguarding leads (DSL’s) and teachers. It will review the key findings and recommendations from the Ofsted report, providing context around the problem of knife crime and why this research was conducted. The webinar will also discuss the challenges to those that work within educational settings and highlight areas for effective practice.
A review of key findings from the Ofsted report
Understand the extent of the problem of knife crime within the UK
Discuss what is known of ‘violent hours’ for school pupils and what schools should consider
What recommendations Ofsted have made and points to consider
How schools can be effective in reducing knife related incidents
Excellent webinar.well worth listening to.Julie Georgiou, - The Raglan Schools
A review of the ofsted recommendations for safeguarding children from knife crimThe webinar was very informative and set out a lot of areas in which schools can help to safeguard and better inform students when it comes to issues relating to knife crime.Leona Dunleavy, Teaching - Stone Soup Academy
Gave me lots of understanding on the contributory factors involved in knife crime .Michelle Stanhope, - Carrwood Primary School
Very helpfulThank you very much for a detailed explanation.Samantha Ingram, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
I found this webinar really interesting. I dont work in high school but it gave me an idea of what our year 6 children may encounter when the start to go out to school by themselves in year 7. Very well presented.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Brilliant informationThis was a very informative, in-depth and useful webinar.Ellen Constable, Pastoral Assistant - Arthur Mellows Village College
Safeguarding Children from Knife CrimeVery easy to listen to and a good pace so the time went quickly. Lots of practical things to think aboutMel Alesbrook, Teacher - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
Mrs Karen Stephenson AyoolaI don't have much to mention all I want to let you know that the information I heard today was very useful.Karen Stephenson Ayoola, Support staff - Phoenix Collegiate
Very Informative and insightfulObianuju Okonyia-Idahosa, - Phoenix Collegiate
ReviewGreatKainaat Shafiq, - Phoenix Collegiate
Easy access and easy to followGained some useful informationPenny Simmonds, - Phoenix Collegiate
In this webinar, The National College will provide school governors, senior leaders, headteachers and department heads with practical advice and guidance on how they can prepare themselves for interim Ofsted visits and what measures they can put in place to ensure they are ready for full inspections again from January 2021.
In this webinar, mental health and wellbeing expert, Anna Bateman, will help school governors, senior leaders, headteachers, DSLs, Mental Health Leads, teachers and support staff to understand the new changes to the guidance.
This webinar will help you to understand the new changes to the guidance, what they mean for your school and how you can best prepare for the new academic year.
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