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16 October 2017

This resource is from Andrew Hall, Safeguarding Specialist.

Safeguarding On A Page

It is really useful to put all your safeguarding procedures onto one page, so that it can be seen at a glance. In the Safeguarding Handbook you can find a suitable flowchart.

The flow chart helps staff (and others) clearly understand what they need to do to raise a concern in your organisation and illustrates what happens next. There is also space to add relevant names and contact details, as well as the Whistleblowing Advice Line phone number. Such a flowchart can be useful addition to a policy document.

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12 May 2017

This page, by Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board, contains information for Schools, Colleges and Professionals across the wider Children's workforce.

The page will see regular updates to reflect new and recommended resources for colleagues across Schools and the Children's workforce so be sure to visit regularly.

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08 December 2016

A short blog post by Sean Harford, Ofsted National Director, Education:

'As we come towards the end of the autumn term it is worth reflecting on the revisions to the government’s Keeping children safe in education guidance that were made this September. Obviously, Ofsted inspectors must take these into account when inspecting safeguarding in early years, education and skills settings'

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22 April 2015

David Brown’s slides (April 2015) are publically available and can be found via the link below. This resource is relevant to school leaders, teachers of computing and all adults, including non teaching staff, who work in a school.