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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, The National College 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.
Safeguarding updatesI found this very useful and well presented - thank youJo Zegeling, - St Paul's Cray CE Primary School
Lots of new information. Well presented.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Clear and effective presentationThe webinar was well presented and there were example pages backing up the information throughout. Thank youm watts, Teacher - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
The content was well explained in simple terms making it easy to understand what the changes to legislation were.Thandiwe Moyo, - Wardle Academy
CPDI watched this webinar during lockdown. I found it clear and concise. I know that the Designated Safeguarding Leader is known as a DSL & what honour based abuse is.Helen Wade, - The Heath School
Safe guarding up-dateI watched the webinar during covid19 lock-down and now know what the changes are.Glynis Russell, Support staff - The Heath School
GreatDoreen Slater, - Brownhills Ormiston Academy
SafeguardingA lot of useful informationAnn Robinson, Teacher - Fir Tree Fishery CIC
COVID-19 regulation.Was good to hear from you.Besime Jupaj, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
Informative session on KCSiE changes for September 2020This was the first National College webinar that I have attended. It was clear, informative and covered all of the key changes to KCSiE ready for September 2020. The presenter was excellent. Also being able to log-on and view the webinar again after the session is a real plus point! Thank you.Mary Skillings, - Glossopdale School
Alot of valuable information, very informativeExcellentClaire Brooks, TA - University Academy Long Sutton
very informativevery informative and easy to follow, was able to make notes as it went along.Mrs Dawn Roberts, - Heworth Grange Comprehensive School A Specialist Arts College
KCSIE updates for September 2020Important information - a must view.Julia Banks, Key Stage Lead - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Keeping Children Safe In Education Guidance 2020/21An informative update on the upcoming changes for September 2020. A thorough 'walk through' of the document and clear highlighting of the new aspects and changes that all staff need to be aware of for the upcoming year.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
InformativeClear informative guidanceWendy Johnson, Associate staff - The Sweyne Park School
Very clear on what sections had been updated with additional information, clearly spoken and knowledgeable about this subject.Melanie Marshall, Pastoral Manager - Withernsea High School Humanities College
Start watching from 31:35 if you are not new to post.Please see number 3.Trude Jeffs, - Edward Peake Middle School
KCSiE 2020A really useful explanation of the changes to the statutory guidance. Thank you.Jane Glendenning, - King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls
UsefulA useful presentation.Paula Talbot, Teacher - The Heath School
Covers all that you need to knowStraightforward, easy to follow through. Thank you for providing adequate details and clear signposts to essential reading.Parul Inamdar, teacher - The Palmer Catholic Academy
Safeguarding and the welfare of the childVery informative and broken down really well so easier to understand as the document is quite extensive.Oredolapo Adewoyin, Science Teacher - Isleworth And Syon School For Boys
Well PresentedClear well presented necessary informationLorraine Hall, - The Heath School
ExcellectExcellentIsobella Homer, - Ormiston Bushfield Academy
KCSineducationInformative and interesting to follow. Good that there is an opportunity to play back and recapGerry Davies, - Codsall Community High School
KCSIEClearly states the whole approach to being proactive to reduce the added traumas from current and ongoing needs. Recognising essential reading for professionals. A lecture not just read aloud and this shows the personal enthusiasm that will help motivate others to address challenges.Denise Robertson, TA - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020Useful content - split into 3 broad themes. This will be useful when I compile a summary of KCSIE for DSL's for September.Patrick Knight, - Diverse Academies Education Centre (HQ)
Safeguarding update (2020)Interesting and informative. Lisa Mundy - Asst. Inclusion Manager (ASC) Aston AcademyLisa Mundy, - Aston Academy
Clear information given .Michelle Stanhope, - Carrwood Primary School
Safeguarding WebinarValuable information about the upcoming changes for safeguarding September 2020.Naureen Chishty, - Wyndcliffe Primary School
Changes to the new KCSiE 2020Clear delivery and suitably informed of the changes to the new KCSiE 2020Katie Braniff, - St Cedd's School
Understanding the Changes to the New DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) Statutory Safeguarding Guidance 2020/21Excellent presentation. Very clear and concise. The breakdown of key changes was very useful. Highly recommended!Tracey Hutchings, - Sir William Stanier School
KCSIEReally clear, informative guidance. Great to be able to pause and reflect during the webinar. I feel well prepared for the publication of the document in Sept 2020. Thank you!Claire Gurden, - Christ the King Catholic and Church of England Primary School
AmazingHina Jahfery, - Selly Oak Trust School
CPDA very useful course and reassuring too!Krystyna Berry, - St Benedict's Catholic School
very goodvery goodSarah Nichols, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
Understanding the Changes to the New DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) Statutory Safeguarding Guidance 2020/21I am new to the DSL role and found this extremely informative and helpful. It will enable me to lead appropriately in this area to ensure the whole Academy is ready to implement the new guidance from the 1st September.Yvonne Bootman, - Sir Thomas Wharton Academy
Positive experienceClear and concise - broken down into very clear areas.kay kelly, - Hummersknott Academy
Updated KCSIEVery informative about the changes coming into effect September 2020.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Understanding Changes to KCSiE 2020 - Excellent - Clear & Concise.Excellent & versatile CPD approach - thank you.Angela Cordon, - St Saviour's Catholic Primary School
KCSiE 2020 updatesI felt that the webinar was very informative. The information was clear and concise. I look forward to attending further webinars.Vicky Smith, - Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy
LindaVery concise and will make training easy for staffLinda Sladden, - St Laurence Junior Academy
The best time spent!For so many years, I have read KCSiE and hoped I 'got the changes'. Having listened to this, I feel so much more confident that I 'get it' and have made a list of further areas to fully study. Thank you!Lisa Fegan, Deputy Headteacher and DSL - Tollgate Community Junior School
Thank you for the safeguarding update for September 2020. I found it very useful.I thought it was thorough and provided reminders of other links e.g. Dept of Education for more information on how to keep students safe for September 2020.Mary HEATH, - St Peter's Collegiate School A Church of England Academy
GoodGoodKhaled Ali, Learner - Manor Infants/Longbridge School
InformativeIt is very informative and well presented.Afshan Younus, - Chapel Street Primary School
Understanding the Changes to the New DfE Keeping Children Safe in Understanding the Changes to the New DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) Statutory Safeguarding Guidance 2020/21 1 (KCSiE) Statutory Safeguarding Guidance 2020/21 1Well informed very interesting glad I watched it.Moira Campbell, - The Elizabethan Academy Retford
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