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This webinar will provide governors, senior leaders, headteachers and designated safeguarding leads (DSLs) with practical advice and guidance around their current safeguarding provision following the closure of schools and social distancing.
On 27th March, the DfE released their interim safeguarding guidance for all schools, colleges, maintained nurseries and pupil referral units in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The guidance aims to support and maintain effective safeguarding practice in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE). It provides advice on how education settings should adapt existing policies around critical areas such as child protection, DSLs, staff training, safer recruitment and online safety, to better reflect the current environment.
In this webinar Christina Leath, an experienced Head of Safeguarding and subject matter expert, will explore key points from the guidance and discuss how schools should look to strengthen current safeguarding practice and continue to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their children.
Understanding how schools can continue to follow the key principles of safeguarding in line with KCSiE and sustain a whole school approach
Recognising how child protection polices can be effectively revised and key items to consider
Identifying the key responsibilities of a DSL and the lead role they have to play
How schools should approach staff training and safer recruitment and ensure students have sufficient support around mental health
Understanding the importance of effective policy planning around online safety and recognising the risks, particularly as part of a remote learning strategy
Interesting and very clear to understand .Michelle Stanhope, - Carrwood Primary School
Vital During Stressful TimesA fantastic webinar - succinct, clear and informative! Just what I needed during this time of uncertainty.Adrian Stoten, - St. Joseph's Catholic College (SN3 3LR)
excellent current information, reminders regarding safeguarding poliies and changes amongst current covid crisisEasy , clear advice and guidelinesNicky Khoshdel, - Bolton Impact Trust
Thank you for this clear reviewGoodRachel Amos, Headteacher - Trafalgar Community Infant School
Covid 19 adviceExcellent overview regards Covid 19 and the implications on safeguarding.Lee Robinson, - The Premier Academy
Covid-19 safeguardingInformative precis of the current situation around Covid-19 SG. It has made us focus on safer recruitment and also new staff inductionPatrick Knight, - Diverse Academies Education Centre (HQ)
Clear and wel explainedVery clear to understand and well explained.Leanne Bond, - South Craven School
COVID -19Excellent webinar about safeguarding procedures during COVID -19.Danielle Livesey, Teacher - Tonge Moor Primary School
ExcellentExcellent information providing all information needed. Sandra Obertelli Tonge moor primary academySandra Obertelli, - Tonge Moor Primary Academy BL2 2PF
Covid 19 DfE KCSiE guidance on safeguarding in schoolsKey messages: Paramountcy principle remains/act immediately if concerned/Be very aware of online safeguarding advice. Emphasis on remote safeguarding protocols. Useful webinar for current situation.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
UsefulA succinct overview and discussion of the latest guidanceCara O'Connell, - Sarum Hall School
Succinct safeguarding InformationProvides succinct guidance on safeguarding during these unprecedented times.Suja Varghese, - Bolton Impact Trust
Covid 19 KCSiEAn informative and succinct webinar, covering all the important points.Annette Fisher, - All Saints CofE Primary School, Bednall
SafeguardingEasy to access, good information.Jane Mann, - Selly Oak Trust School
Excellent development about safeguardingHina Jahfery, - Selly Oak Trust School
Very informative and reassuring webinar.Olga Camacho, Teacher - The Pegasus Academy Trust
Very well delivered with lots of useful information at this worrying time.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
This webinar will provide practical advice and guidance on building a recovery curriculum that best supports children on their return to school.
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