Establishing an Effective Culture of Safeguarding
Keeping Children Safe in Education states that safeguarding is ‘everyone’s responsibility’. However, as a new senior leader, driving school improvement, how do you ensure the profile of safeguarding is maintained? What checks should you be making and how are these integrated into your monitoring schedule. This training course sets out to provide support to new leaders. It will cover such topics as:
- Reviewing the SCR
- Training Schedules for compliance
- Checking on the culture
- Information from ‘the horse’s mouth’ – speaking with pupils.
- To provide leaders with strategies to establish and maintain an effective safeguarding culture.
- To provide some resources that will help them to achieve this aim.
School business managers, headteachers, deputy headteacher, assistant headteacher and core subject leaders in the primary phase.
|Wonder Beverley||11/12/2023||13.00 – 16.00||WB14|
|Wonder Coast||06/11/2023||13.00 – 16.00||WC14|
|Wonder Eskdale||20/11/2023||13.00 – 16.00||WE14|
|Wonder Hambleton||13/11/2023||13.00 – 16.00||WH14|
|Wonder Ryedale||04/12/2023||13.00 – 16.00||WR14|
|Wonder Wolds||27/11/2023||13.00 – 16.00||WW14|
Booking Form: Safeguarding Short Courses
Your role in protecting children – going beyond KCSIE
Keeping Children Safe in Education states that safeguarding is ‘everyone’s responsibility’. However, how does this manifest itself at a class level? Working to the expectations of Keeping Children Safe in Education, this course will give teachers, new to the profession, an invaluable insight into what constitutes effective safeguarding practice. This course would be ideal as an addition to statutory safeguarding training, provided by the school.
The course is interactive and will include some role-playing exercises. Delegates should book, with this in mind.
- To provide teachers with additional safeguarding knowledge that they may need in their day-to-day roles.
- To develop some practical approaches to ensuring that safeguarding is maintained as a high priority within the classroom environment.
Early Career Teachers, Initial Teacher Trainees and other colleagues, new to teaching.
|Wonder Beverley||13/05/2024||13.00 – 16.00||WB15|
|Wonder Coast||08/04/2024||13.00 – 16.00||WC15|
|Wonder Eskdale||22/04/2024||13.00 – 16.00||WE15|
|Wonder Hambleton||15/04/2024||09.00 – 12.00||WH15|
|Wonder Ryedale||20/05/2024||13.00 – 16.00||WR15|
|Wonder Wolds||29/04/2024||13.00 – 16.00||WW15|