Practical Strategies for Safeguarding in Education - Programme

Thursday 22 Feb 2018 - London

09:00 to 09:45

09:45 to 10:00

10:00 to 10:40

10:00 – 10:40
Online Safety

Understand new and emerging trends in online safety

Know how to provide your students the skills and knowledge to stay safe online and have discussions with parents about the dangers to ensure they stay safe outside of school

Will Gardner, Chief Executive Officer, Childnet

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10:40 to 11:20

10:40 – 11:20
Partnership Working

Gain a vital insight on best practice partnership working

Overcome communication barriers and work together efficiently and effectively between education, social care, local authorities and parents to keep children safe

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11:20 to 11:30

11:30 to 12:00

12:00 to 12:50

12:00 – 12:50
1A - Social Media - Secondary

Understand the pressures of social media, how it can lead to potential dangerous situations and know how to run sessions in a way that resonates with students

Plus, read our guide on developing in school peer group support to tackle online abuse

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12:00 – 12:50
1B - E-Safety - Primary

Learn how to deliver age appropriate messages to primary aged pupils which explore a range of relevant risks and challenges children are facing online

Will Gardner, Chief Executive Officer, Childnet

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12:00 – 12:50
1C - Resilience

Learn how to build resilience, confidence and self-esteem to prepare children for the future and help them through tough times

Gain access to our resource on creating a resilient environment for learners

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12:00 – 12:50
1D - Anxiety

Understand the root causes of anxiety and gain practical strategies to lead sessions with individual students and year groups to manage anxiety

Caroline Housell, Director of Partnerships, Product Development and Training

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12:50 to 13:50

12:50 – 13:50
Lunch
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13:50 to 14:20

13:50 – 14:20
Mental Health

Hear from 2 schools who share their top tips and most effective methods to reduce the stigma around mental health and create a whole school approach to supporting students

Ella Savell-Boss, Safeguarding Manager, Shireland Collegiate Academy

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14:20 to 15:10

14:20 – 15:10
2A - Sexting

Gain new ways to talk to students about sexting and ensure all staff know how to respond to an incident

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14:20 – 15:10
2B - Parents

Practical strategies to engage with parents, have difficult conversations and create a positive professional relationship to keep students safe

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14:20 – 15:10
2C - Gangs

Learn how to safeguard young people from being groomed by gangs and ensure all staff can spot the early warning signs

Russell Symons, Founder, Impressionable Minds

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14:20 – 15:10
2D - Staff Training

Know how to lead safeguarding training with your colleagues and ensure all staff can manage disclosures and know the steps to take to support the child

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15:10 to 15:30

15:30 to 16:20

15:30 – 16:20
3A - Cyberbullying

New, proven and practical strategies to protect children and staff from cyberbullying and raise awareness for parents

Plus, take away our guide on tackling cyberbullying against teachers

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15:30 – 16:20
3B - CSE

Know how to recognise the signs of CSE including older students exploiting younger students and understand the appropriate action to take if a pupil is at risk

Gain access to our resource on how to talk to parents about CSE

Ella Savell-Boss, Safeguarding Manager, Shireland Collegiate Academy

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15:30 – 16:20
3C - Self-harm

Gain techniques to identify the different types of self-harm and know how to build a support network for students self-harming

Caroline Housell, Director of Partnerships, Product Development and Training

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15:30 – 16:20
3D - Emotional Neglect

New, proven and adaptable methods to support a child experiencing emotional neglect and work positively with the family

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16:20