Safeguarding Blogs

Yeah…but it’s only banter!

Milly Wildish – Director of Keys to Safeguarding A good friend and teacher I have known for 20 years said ‘I can guarantee that ‘doing a Marler’ will have happened between mates as ‘banter’ already this week, and I can also 100% guarantee that some of the young people...

Welcome to Keys to Safeguarding

keys-to-safeguarding-01 We are proud to offer you a Keys to Safeguarding from the Education Office. Our Launch date is the 8th March 2020 where we aim to offer: Up to date news on the latest safeguarding issuesExtensive courses that are create for new topicsAccredited...

Train the trainer Healthy sexual relationships for secondary school

This course has been developed to provide those teaching PSHE to secondary school aged children the skills to have those age appropriate discussions. Explain why teaching SRE is so important and how you can help your pupils engage in an open and honest discussion to...

Managing allegations / CYPS and ‘LADO’ process

This course has been developed for those who manage allegations by children and young people against staff. Children’s services processed and thresholdsThe managing allegations frameworkMaking referrals and employers responsibilitiesHow to manage ongoing risk For more...

Introduction to safeguarding adults

This course has been developed for those who come into contact with adults with a vulnerability on an infrequent basis, for example a volunteer or administration at a health centre. Identify why safeguarding vulnerable adults training is so important for everyone...