Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022

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Introduction On the 20th May 2022, the Government released a new version of the Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) statutory guidance for 2022. In this article, we’ll discuss the changes, section by section, including terminology changes and safeguarding focus areas. Hopefully, this will help you digest the new document and inform your response. Before…

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How to ensure all staff read Keeping Children Safe in Education

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All staff that work in education need to read the statutory guidance for Keeping Children Safe in Education. But how do you ensure this is done. The answer is simple. We have developed the most straightforward way for schools to make sure all their staff read and understand the statutory documentation. Our online Keeping Children Safe…

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Safeguarding Pressures

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The Association of Directors of Children’s Services (ADCS) has collected both qualitative and quantitative data from local authorities to evidence and better understand changes in demand for, and provision of, children’s social care and associated services for the last 12 years. Their latest report ‘Safeguarding Pressures Phase 7’ outlines pressures faced by local authorities during…

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What do I need to know about e-safety for parents?

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At school and at home, and for kids of all ages, it’s really important to revisit the basics of online safety often. But aside from enabling parental controls on our home internet, what other e-safety for parents advice should we be aware of to keep our children safe online? Do I need to enable parental…

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Adding Your Training Certificates To Your LinkedIn Profile

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LinkedIn is a useful business communication tool and for those looking for a new job, prospective employers can easily view your profile and see what qualifications you have. If you’ve taken training with us, you might want to add the details to your profile to let everyone know about your achievement in passing the course…

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What is a DBS check?

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If you want to work with children or vulnerable adults, you probably need a DBS check, but is it even possible to apply for a DBS check as an individual? Read our handy guide to DBS checks in 2019 right here… What is a DBS check? Even if you think you’ve never heard of them…

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Can I be prosecuted for not having safeguarding training?

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When it comes to safeguarding training and the law, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. But is there any way you can be prosecuted for not having safeguarding training in the United Kingdom? What is safeguarding training? You might be familiar with safeguarding training already if you’ve ever worked in close contact with…

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What should safeguarding training at work cover?

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If you work with children or vulnerable adults (or both) in the United Kingdom, you probably already know about safeguarding training. This essential topic is something that should be a high priority in your workplace, as it’s a legal requirement for you to refresh your professional safeguarding knowledge regularly so that you’re always up to…

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The benefits of online safety training if you work with children

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Do you feel there are more benefits to children using the internet than there are risks? Well, depending on your answer, you might not be alone. According to 2019 research carried out by Ofcom, fewer parents now feel that the benefits of their child using the internet outweigh the risks compared to research carried out…

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What to do if you suspect abuse – Childminders and Nannies safeguarding

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When we think of abuse, our minds tend to run to children and vulnerable adults. This is because these individuals are some of the most vulnerable members of our society, and as such, they need to be safeguarded from abuse and neglect by everyone in charge of their care. It’s unlikely that you’ll come into…

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