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  2. Behaviour in Schools Updated 2022

    Updated July 2022

    17 downloads

    Submitted

  3. KCSIE Part 4: Allegations Against Staff Leaflet

    We invite you to download our KCSIE 2022 Leaflet which compiles all the part 4 safeguarding changes and updates that all staff members should be informed of into one handy document.
    Please note the KCSIE 2022 guidance does not come into effect until 1 September 2022. Until then please continue to use the 2021 guidance. 

    62 downloads

    Submitted

  4. KCSIE 2022 - Safeguarding Lead Handbook

    We invite all involved in safeguarding to download our KCSIE 2022 handbook, which compiles all the new changes and updates you need, along with details of the solutions we offer that can help you to create a total safeguarding culture within your establishment.
    Please note the KCSIE 2022 guidance does not come into effect until 1 September 2022. Until then please continue to use the 2021 guidance.

    108 downloads

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  5. KCSIE 2022 - Governor Handbook

    We invite all Governors to download our KCSIE 2021/2022 Governor handbook, which compiles all the new changes and updates you need, along with details of the solutions we offer that can help you to create a total safeguarding culture within your establishment.
    Please note the KCSIE 2022 guidance does not come into effect until 1 September 2022. Until then please continue to use the 2021 guidance. 

    45 downloads

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  6. KCSIE 2022 - Staff Poster

    Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) has updated its guidance, which comes into effect on September 1 2022. This guidance applies to all schools and colleges in England and sets out the legal duties an establishment must follow to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people under the age of 18 in schools and colleges.
    Our free download complies the part 1 new changes and updates for your convenience.

    73 downloads

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  7. Social Media Safeguarding Concerns Poster

    The lives of children and young people are now, more than ever before, being lived on different social media platforms. Many young people and children have a better understanding of these apps and platforms than adults. We created this resource to help parents and teachers navigate the different safeguarding concerns that can occur on social media apps and platforms.

    74 downloads

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  8. DfE KCSIE 2022

    Updates KCSIE 2022

    26 downloads

    Submitted

  9. Ofsted Strategy 2022-2027

    This is an Ofsted Document.

    23 downloads

    Submitted

  10. A-Z Stress Management Resource

    We have created this handy poster filled with different ideas and strategies to help children, young people and even adults de-stress. 

    51 downloads

    Submitted

  11. Keeping Learners Safe - Listening to the Child Handbook

    This handbook summarises key points on the subject of listening to the child taken from the Welsh Guidance Keeping Learners Safe 2021.

    30 downloads

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  12. Keeping Learners Safe Safeguarding Roles and Responsibilities Handbook

    This handbook summarises key points on the subject of safeguarding roles and responsibilities taken from the Welsh Guidance Keeping Learners Safe 2021. The contents include
    About Safeguarding in Wales Inspections Safeguarding Roles and Responsibilities Initial Teacher Education Partnerships Responding to Concerns

    18 downloads

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  13. Community Cohesion Poster

    This poster summarises key points on this subject of community cohesion and radicalisation taken from the Welsh Guidance Keeping Learners Safe 2021. It is vital that schools’ and colleges’ safeguarding procedures cover radicalisation and extremism and all schools and colleges should also be aware of any changes in a childs behaviour that could be a sign of radicalisation

    30 downloads

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  14. Keeping Children Safe Online Poster

    Keeping Learners Safe (KLS) is Welsh Government guidance that must be read and followed by local authorities, governing bodies, all schools including nursery schools and independent schools and all colleges. It is an effective practice for wider education settings and agencies to follow this guidance too. We have created this poster which summarises key points on keeping children safe online. 

    74 downloads

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  15. Keeping Children Safe in Education Part 1 Poster

    This poster has been designed for all staff and volunteers working with children in schools in England. This is Part 1 2021 guidance changes from KCSIE.

    67 downloads

    Updated

  16. How Parents can help Safeguard Children Welsh Version

    It is important for parents to understand the concept of safeguarding as well as signs to look out for that children are struggling. This handy resource gives guidance for parents on possible warning signs that a child may be in trouble and instructs them to voice their concerns to their safeguarding lead.

    We encourage any organisations working with children to make this resource available to the parents of the children within their care in order to promote the safeguarding culture in your organisation. This is the Welsh Version of this resource

    23 downloads

    Updated

  17. Safeguarding Poster for Young People Welsh Version

    We have created this resource for teachers, sports coaches, youth group leaders and anyone else working with children to share with those in their care. This useful poster will help children understand concerns and prompt them to share anything that makes them feel uncomfortable with their safeguarding lead. This is the Welsh version of this resource

    18 downloads

    Updated

  18. Safeguarding Poster for Children Welsh Version

    We have created this resource for teachers, sports coaches, youth group leaders and anyone else working with young people to share with those in their care. This useful poster will help young people share their concerns with their safeguarding lead. This is the Welsh language version of this resource.

    7 downloads

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  19. Keeping Children safe during Community Activities, After-School Clubs and Tuition

    This non-statutory guidance from the Department for Education was updated 4 December 2020. It aims to help providers of out-of-school settings understand best safeguarding practice for creating a safe environment for the children and young people in their care.

    9 downloads

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  20. KCSIE DSL Handbook

    This handbook has been designed to update DSLs in England on the 2021 KCSIE Guidance updates.

    38 downloads

    Updated

  21. Keeping Children Safe in Education for Governors

    This handbook has been designed for governors of education settings based in England. It has been based on the KCSIE guidance updates for 2021.

    16 downloads

    Updated

  22. Keeping Children Safe in Education Low Level Concerns Leaflet for all staff

    This download is for all staff and volunteers working with children in schools in England. It is based on the KCSIE 2021 guidance. 

    26 downloads

    Updated

  23. Safeguarding Poster for Young Adults

    We have created this resource for teachers, sports coaches, youth group leaders and anyone else working with young adults or teenagers to share with those in their care. This useful poster will help young people understand concerns and prompt them to share anything that makes them feel uncomfortable with their safeguarding lead.

    37 downloads

    Updated

  24. Safeguarding Poster for Children

    We have created this resource for teachers, sports coaches, youth group leaders and anyone else working with children to share with those in their care. This useful poster will help children understand concerns and prompt them to share anything that makes them feel uncomfortable with their safeguarding lead.

    34 downloads

    Updated

  25. How Parents can help Safeguard Children

    It is important for parents to understand the concept of safeguarding as well as signs to look out for that children are struggling. This handy resource gives guidance for parents on possible warning signs that a child may be in trouble and instructs them to voice their concerns to their safeguarding lead.

    We encourage any organisations working with children to make this resource available to the parents of the children within their care in order to promote the safeguarding culture in your organisation.

    45 downloads

    Updated

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