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Ensure leading safeguarding provision throughout your school
Why is this conference relevant?
'Children are arriving in schools with a combination of needs, often linked to disruption in their family lives, at a time when schools' capacity to respond is stretched to capacity,' Judith Blake, Chair of the Local Government Authority's Children and Young People Board
The vital role of schools in identifying and supporting vulnerable children and their families has been highlighted more than ever this year. From early interventions to ensuring a culture of safeguarding which pervades both the curriculum and the school community, safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
This highly practical digital conference will refresh and equip you to lead outstanding safeguarding provision in partnership. Explore strategies for cross service collaboration and escalation, build your networks of support and examine how to evidence and improve your safeguarding culture and early help interventions.
Often an isolated and emotionally challenging role, this conference will enable you to plan for the upcoming year with confidence that you are leading the way in safeguarding the young people in your care.
What can I expect?
Practical and interactive digital modules designed with leading experts and a wealth of downloadable resources, including recordings of every session. Hear from Dai Dubridge, one of the conference Chairs, about the upcoming online conference.
- work in partnership with social services, police and healthcare
- evidence leading quality safeguarding from staff induction and training to student transition and throughout your curriculum
- understand your legal requirements and evaluate practical decision making through school-based safeguarding case studies
- provide engaging early help and robust interventions
- develop compliance, information sharing and escalation
Who should attend?
- Designated safeguarding lead
- Deputy Designated safeguarding lead
- Deputy Headteachers
- Boarding Housemaster/Housemistress
- Safeguarding Governor
- Parent and Family Support Advisers (PFSAs)
What our previous delegates have said
“Empowering and impactful” Deputy DSL, St Edward’s Oxford
“The event was engaging and had lots of practical examples to take back to school to ensure effective practice” Assistant Headteacher, Hartley Primary School