The Department for Education has published the new Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016. This statutory guidance comes into force on 5th September 2016. The changes are not dramatic, but there are some areas that have greater emphasis than in the past.
Although the government chose not to make PSHE statutory, it is clearer in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016, that Governing Bodies ‘should ensure’ children are taught about safeguarding…as part of providing a broad and balanced curriculum.
Safer Recruitment has a number of small changes that tighten up loopholes around vetting.
In this video, Andrew Hall looks through the new Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016 and talks about the changes.
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There is a written handout and checklist of changes to accompany this video and you can download it here:
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The Update Pack took me hours of work to prepare, to help you save time and stress. Download the Keeping Children Safe Update Pack which includes the handout and checklist, an editable, comprehensive list of action steps to effectively implement the changes and the PowerPoint slides used in the video, for you to run your own training session. The Update Pack is only available to Safeguarding.Pro members.