School leaders and designated safeguarding leads see several key safeguarding areas as relatively ineffective and highly challenging according to a new survey from UK school support business Judicium Education.
Three common mistakes made regarding the disciplinary process: whether to record or not record meetings, who can and who cannot be allowed into the meetings, and how to avoid common process derailing techniques.
Reviewing your policy and seeing if the process is financially viable; seeking advice, preparing your business case and determining if redundancies are necessary; and obtaining approval, checking the modification order and notice periods and above all being supportive.
This session focused on: what are an employer's health and safety-related responsibilities for work-related stress management; what is the Wellbeing Charter from the DfE; and how to ensure the right support across the whole school.
This blog focuses on what online safety is including filtering and monitoring systems; what staff need to know; what effective teaching of online safety looks like for students; and how to communicate online safety to parents.
This blog focuses on how to provide sufficient challenge when looking at safeguarding in your school; what policies and procedures are in place or need revising; and how to create a whole-school approach to safeguarding.