Safeguarding Week runs from 9-13 October 2017

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A wide range of events are being planned throughout the week, many of which will be relevant to teachers and practitioners. These include two events specifically for schools: Keeping Children Safe in Education; and online safety. The event details and how to book on are below.

Keeping Children Safe in Education – Statutory Legislation & Guidance Updates for 2017

Tuesday, 10 October - Time:  10.30 – 11.30am repeated: 2.30 – 3.30pm

Venue:  City Training Services, 39/41 Chapel Street, Bradford BD1 5BY

Presenter:  Yvonne Sinclair

Target Audience:  Headteachers, Designated and Deputy Safeguarding Leads, Governors, Management Committees, School Business Managers, and all professionals working with or supporting children and young people in schools

Details:  These presentations will identify the major changes within recent legislation reviews and highlight what professionals must have regard to when carrying out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Excellent opportunity to refresh existing safeguarding knowledge around policy, procedures and mandatory training requirements and network with other professionals and service providers.

Includes special reference to Paediatric First Aid and First Aid requirements for educational settings.

To book on the 10.30 – 11.30am session:

To book on the 2.30 – 3.30pm session:


Ensuring your school’s Online Safety provision meets the needs of you pupils and recent statutory guidance

Tuesday, 10 October, Time:  9.30am – 3.00pm

Venue:  The Innovation Centre, The Digital Exchange, 34 Peckover Street, Little Germany, BD1 5BD

Presenters:  Staff from local schools that have achieved the Online Safety Mark and a selection of regional and national Online Safety experts

Target Audience:  SLT and leads for Safeguarding in Primary and Secondary schools

Details:  Online Safety (e)Safeguarding sits firmly in the area of whole school Safeguarding and is the responsibility of all staff and is now documented clearly in Ofsted . This session will allow schools to understand the national expectations from DfE and Ofsted with regard to appropriate and effective Online Safety provision in schools and how young people are using technology in their lives

Workshops will include:

·         How to audit your present Online Safety provision using the SWGfL free Online Safety Self-Review tool for schools (

·         Understanding the benefits and risks of mobile devices and social media use by staff and young people.

·         Developing digital literacy skills and resilience enabling young people to access and post content safely and responsibly online.

Please note this is not a free conference and a fee of £99 will be charged for delegates to attend. Refreshments and lunch are included.

To book:  Details available on


Further events

There are more than 60 events that are being planned throughout the week. Many of these will be relevant to schools and education practitioners, so please look out for the full brochure which will be available soon on the BSCB website

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Published: 18/07/2017
Audience: Everyone
Contact: Julie Evans

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