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Category: Safeguarding Courses

Your role in protecting children – going beyond KCSIE

Type: Physical
Date: Monday, 20th May, 2024
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: IoE Ryedale, Old Lodge, Malton
Course Code: WR15
Your role in protecting children – going beyond KCSIE

Course Info

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.

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Training Aims

  1. To provide teachers with additional safeguarding knowledge that they may need in their day-to-day roles.
  2. To develop some practical approaches to ensuring that safeguarding is maintained as a high priority
    within the classroom environment.

Intended Audience

Early Career Teachers, Initial Teacher Trainees and other colleagues new to teaching.


Chris Pearce - Trust Director of the Institute of Education

As an experienced primary headteacher, he has held three highly successful headteacher posts. Each headship has brought quite different challenges and opportunities. He has led an outstanding school in York and held two headships within North Yorkshire. He has secured proven, rapid improvement in all the schools he has led. This resulted in a ‘Good’ Ofsted judgement after joining two schools in a position of historically weak educational outcomes and increased vulnerability.

Before being appointed as the Director of the Institute of Education, he influenced education for pupils on a wider stage as one of His Majesty’s Inspectors (HMI). This role has given him an invaluable insight into Ofsted’s inspection practice and pedagogy across a wide range of different settings. He has significant inspection experience across a wide remit, including inspection of Initial Teacher Training providers. This has sharpened his understanding of the CCF (Core Content Framework), Teaching Standards and the nuances associated in the many different teacher training pathways. He was a link HMI to a large local authority in the Northeast, Yorkshire and Humber region and supported and developed a group of nine Ofsted inspectors in their day-to-day work with Ofsted.

Now the Director of the Institute of Education, Chris’ core belief is that education is our greatest liberator. He is the first point of contact for school’s interested in working collaboratively with the IOE on any aspects of school improvements. Improvement through collaboration, is the IoE philosophy. If this interests you, get in touch.

Your role in protecting children – going beyond KCSIE

Course Cost: £49.00

Please use this form to register for the Wonder Institute of Education's Your role in protecting children – going beyond KCSIE on Monday, 20th May, 2024 at IoE Ryedale, Old Lodge, Malton. Please visit: www.theoldlodgemalton.co.uk for information about the venue.

    Payment: Course fees are payable 7 days from the invoice date.

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    Cancellations made with less than 5 working days’ notice or non-attendance on the day will result in a cancellation fee of 35% of the course fee to cover the costs incurred.

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