Leading Safeguarding - Programme

Thursday 11 Jun 2020 - Wednesday 17 Jun 2020
Digital delivery - live sessions start at 3pm
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Module one: Lessons from multi-agency working - Thursday 11 June

Summit an anonymous scenario in advance to have it discussed and considered. An interactive session to look at best practice.

Facilitated by Dai Durbridge, Partner, Browne Jacobson

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When safeguarding goes wrong and lessons from multi-agency working

A review of recent serious case reviews, the impact on safeguarding within schools, and the implications for multi-agency working

Kevin Crompton, Independent Scrutineer for Gloucestershire

Michael Spellman, Lecturer at Staffordshire University, retired Detective Inspector

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Social media and online safeguarding

Understand online risks and how to equip your students to navigate their digital worlds critically and safely

Alan Mackenzie, E-safety Adviser

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Case study

Luke Ramsden, Senior Deputy Head and Senior Safeguarding Lead, St Benedict's Ealing

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Childhood trauma and the brain - what you need to know

Learn about childhood trauma and how it impacts a developing brain. Find out what happens when children are stressed or overwhelmed. Why they have ‘meltdowns’ and what the impact is on their behaviour and internal processing at school. Most importantly, learn what can you do to help. Underpinned by therapeutic approaches and full of advice and free resources. This session is vital for anyone working with vulnerable children or young people in an educational setting.

Shahana Knight, Founder and Director, TPC Therapy

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Toxic trio

Gain tools to support children living with domestic violence, substance abuse or parental mental health issues

Briony Williamson, Head of Training, Safe Lives

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