Safeguarding Children and Young People Conference
- 2 October 2019
£274.99 – £304.99 + VAT (Save £25 when you order before 21st June 2019)
Brilliant... All extremely informative
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, St Josph's College
Helping schools build stronger safeguarding provision and understand the new legal requirements
As you’re aware, schools have a legal duty to protect and safeguard it’s pupils – and given how much time children and young people spend in their educational setting, it’s widely accepted that teachers are best place to identify and recognise potential risks.
With such a huge level of responsibility placed on schools, it’s crucial that you take regular training – especially with updated safeguading requirements to be implemented soon!
Given that this is such an important topic, we expect this conference to sell out quickly so please do not wait to secure your booking.
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Who should attend?
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Assistant Deputy Headteachers
- Registration and refreshments
- Chair’s welcome and opening remarks
A new challenge for safeguarding in education – Ofsted and DfE (2019/2020)
Safeguarding legislation and guidance update
Ofsted’s new focus on safeguarding when inspecting
Demonstrating your provision and evidencing record keeping – getting it right
Additional pressure for staff safeguarding training?
The ‘new’ issues within safeguarding in education
The rise of county lines – what to look out for?
New approaches to deal with CSE and grooming
Unhealthy relationships outside of school
- Morning networking break
Safeguarding in the digital age
Developing digital resilience – keeping pace with online threats
Social media trends and social pressures
Cyberbullying and peer-to-peer abuse – what can schools do?
Discovery and disclosures
Case study – learning from serious case reviews
- Buffet lunch and networking
Keeping vulnerable pupils safe in school
Safeguarding children with SEND, LAC, Pupil Premium and additional needs
Identifying how and when interventions are needed
Tracking impact, progress and revisiting on-going cases
Mental health and safeguarding
Making internal and external mental health support accessible
Ensuring staff are trained to spot and support students with their mental wellbeing
Self-harm and eating disorders in young people
Dealing with anxiety and stress-related absence
- Afternoon refreshments
Working with parents and agencies
Policies, procedures and communication channels you should be using
Communicating concerns with families
Making effective referrals and seeing positive outcomes
Effectively working with local safeguarding boards and agencies
- Close of conference
ILEC Conference Centre47 Lillie Road, London, SW6 1UD
- By Rail/Tube
- By Car
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