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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 September 2020.
The new guidance has several significant updates. In particular, it stresses the link between mental health and safeguarding, stating:
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.
She will discuss what the revisions mean for your school’s current mental health provision and how you can best prepare for the new academic year.
Understanding what the core changes to the new KCSiE guidance are around mental health and how it links into safeguarding.
Recognising staff responsibilities in relation to protecting children’s mental and physical health and how schools can implement a whole school approach.
Identifying the key role of mental health leads, governing bodies and senior leaders and raising the profile of mental health in schools.
How schools can implement effective referral and accountability processes around mental health in time for September 2020
Building a supportive school network and signposting to further resources, advice and guidance.
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, Mental Health Leads and all school staff with practical advice and guidance on how they can support the mental health and wellbeing of pupils during remote education.
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