Seminar: Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 – an overview of key changes (evening)

Course Code
GV07AU18B
Finance Note
Free to schools who buy into governor training otherwise £95
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Venue
Bolholt Stables Country Club
No Of Sessions
1
Target Group
School governors - all phases
Activity Leaders
Glenys Hurst-Robson
Please Note

Sandwiches will be provided at the start of the session

Course Objectives

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility and school/college staff play an important part of the wider safeguarding system for children.

It is therefore vital that school leaders and governors are have a full understanding of the statutory guidance and their responsibilities in relation to the school/college staff, volunteers and most importantly the children.

Course Content

This short seminar will provide governors with a comprehensive overview of the key changes in the latest (2018) edition of Keeping Children Safe in Education, including:

  • Children with SEN and Disabilities
  • Online Safety
  • Contextual Safeguarding
  • Emergency Contacts for Children
  • Use of Reasonable Force
  • Peer on Peer Abuse
  • GDPR and Information Sharing
  • Transition from LSCBs
  • Volunteer Risk Assessments, and much more
  • This seminar is a useful introduction prior to school leaders and governors undertaking the practical workshop ‘Safeguarding for Governors and Trustees: Understanding your Strategic Responsibilities’ 
Additional Information

For disabled access please use the ramp from the rear car park.

Previous Experience Expected

None

Dates and Times

Wednesday 12th December 6.00 to 8.00pm