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Held in partnership with JMC Education
Ensuring that your setting has effective safeguarding is of the utmost importance and plays a big part in the inspection process. With changes set to come into force to Keeping Children Safe in Education from September, as well as changes to the Ofsted and ISI inspections also set for September, there has never been a more important time to ensure your knowledge is up-to-date.
Join us for this brand-new one day conference to help you prepare your school for the inspection of safeguarding provision and to ensure that you are able to demonstrate it’s effectiveness. With different streams throughout the day focusing on Ofsted and ISI inspections, you’ll come away equipped with the knowledge that is important for you.
Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all practitioners should make sure their approach is child centred
Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023
Who should attend?
Headteachers, Deputy Heads, Assistant heads, DSLs, DDSLs, pastoral leads and other members of the SLT with responsibility for safeguarding and Ofsted inspections
This conference will enable you to:
Prepare for the inspection of your safeguarding provision
Ensure you are up-to-date on the current regulatory framework for safeguarding, including changes to KCSIE for September 2023
Understand how your safeguarding provision will be inspected – with different streams for Ofsted and ISI inspections
Develop an action plan to ensure you are inspection ready
Prepare your staff for inspection day
Take a whole-school approach to safeguarding using effective policies and procedures
Improve how you work with parents, carers in the community to improve safeguarding
Evidence that you are taking appropriate steps to safeguarding children missing education
Ensure that your staff training and recruitment are compliant to safeguarding measures
Put in place a plan for providing additional training to improve your safeguarding provision
Explore the area of harmful sexual behaviour and how you can ensure your school is tackling this challenging area