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On the 17th June 2020, the DfE published the new Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) statutory guidance for schools and colleges, due to come into effect from 1st September 2020.
The new guidance has several significant updates. In particular, it stresses the link between mental health and safeguarding, placing a greater importance on staff, governors and proprietors to establish relevant safeguarding mechanisms. It also includes changes to reflect COVID-19 and the role of the new statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education.
In this webinar, Christina Leath will help school governors, senior leaders, headteachers, DSLs, Mental Health Leads, teachers and support staff 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.
Understanding what the core changes to the new KCSiE guidance are and preparing for September 2020.
Recognising how the new KCSiE supports school’s response to COVID-19 and adapting current and future safeguarding measures.
Recognising staff responsibilities in relation to protecting children’s mental and physical health and linking it into a whole school safeguarding approach.
Identifying the key role of mandatory RSHE as part of curriculum development and safeguarding children, including online.
How schools can implement effective safeguarding measures to reflect changes in risks such as domestic abuse, child criminal and sexual exploitation and county lines.
This webinar will equip headteachers, school leaders, mental health leads and teachers with a range of approaches to facilitate the health and wellbeing of all pupils as in-school provision and social interaction are resumed after a period of remote education.
This webinar will offer headteachers, school leaders, safeguarding leads, SENDCOs and teachers with an insight into strategies to provide essential support to vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils and identify those at risk upon their return to school after a period of remote education.
This webinar will provide school leaders, headteachers, designated safeguarding leads (DSLs), mental health leads and all teaching staff with an understanding of and practical guidance on managing exclusions in a way which centres upon the needs of the child.
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