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KCSIE Annual Safeguarding Refresher Training 2024

KCSIE Annual Safeguarding Refresher Training 2024

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Are you looking for a thorough and comprehensive safeguarding and child protection training INSET pack to inform school staff about the KCSIE 2024 updates this September? This cost-effective, ready-to-deliver safeguarding refresher PowerPoint, including accompanying scenarios and quizzes, is exactly what you need! In line with Part one of Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2024, it’s an excellent time-saver for anyone responsible for delivering safeguarding training and updates at the beginning of the academic year, during INSET sessions and beyond.

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What's included in this bundle?

This 73-slide Annual Safeguarding Refresher Training has been created from the most up-to-date version of the 2024 KCSIE.

Throughout the training, you’ll explore the fundamental aspects of safeguarding children and our role as school staff in helping to keep children and young people safe from harm. Utilising statutory safeguarding documentation, including Working Together to Safeguarding Children and Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2024, the training covers the signs and indicators of the following safeguarding issues:

The four types of child abuse:

  • Physical Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse 
  • Neglect 

Other safeguarding aspects, including:

  • Domestic Abuse
  • Online Safety
  • Child Exploitation, including Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE) and Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
  • Extremism, Radicalisation and Terrorism (The Prevent Duty)
  • Child-On-Child Abuse
  • Harmful Practices, including Forced Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
  • Children Missing Education
  • Staff Roles and Responsibilities
  • Taking Disclosures, Reporting Concerns and Asking Non-Leading Questions
  • Whistleblowing

Throughout the training there are key safeguarding discussion points, relatable scenarios and supportive quizzes to gauge staff knowledge and understanding of the safeguarding issues and approaches to keeping children safe covered.

In addition, there is a 20-question Principles of Safeguarding Quiz with multiple choice answers, ideal for monitoring and quality assurance purposes, to support you to respond to any gaps in knowledge with further training. These Quick Quizzes are time-saving and adaptable - why not create a quiz on your school’s internal platform or cherry pick questions for use in meetings and briefings to keep staff thinking about safeguarding.

Also included in this pack is a Safeguarding Training Log, so you can record who has completed what training and when, as well as a certificate of completion so staff can keep this for their own records of CPD.

Who will find this resource useful?

Designated safeguarding leads (DSLs), deputy safeguarding leads, safeguarding trainers or anyone else with responsibility for safeguarding training, such as a CPD co-ordinator or induction co-ordinator, will find this safeguarding refresher training pack invaluable.

Headteachers and senior leaders can also use this pack to support their DSL and safeguarding team to deliver robust safeguarding training to all staff and volunteers at the start of the academic year or upon induction to your setting.

What questions does this pack have the answers to?

  • Why can safeguarding training be challenging?
  • What statutory safeguarding documents do I need to be aware of?
  • What is safeguarding?
  • How can adults safeguard children and young people?
  • What is child abuse and what do adults in schools need to know about child abuse?
  • What are the common signs and indicators of child abuse?
  • What is neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse?
  • What is domestic abuse?
  • How is online safety linked to safeguarding?
  • What is child exploitation and what are the signs of child exploitation?
  • What is child-on-child abuse and what should schools do to prevent child-on-child abuse?
  • What is child-on-child sexual abuse?
  • What are extremism, radicalisation and terrorism?
  • What are harmful practices and what are the signs of harmful practices?
  • What happens when children aren’t attending school?
  • How can learning from child safeguarding practice reviews help us today?
  • Do pupils always disclose abuse if it’s occurring?
  • When children disclose abuse, how do they tell someone?
  • What should staff do when taking a disclosure?
  • How can staff ask effective non-leading questions?
  • Why is reporting safeguarding important and how do we report safeguarding concerns?
  • What happens after I report a safeguarding concern?
  • What if I have a concern and the DSL is not available?
  • What if my concern is about a staff member?

What else can help me?

To complement this refresher training and enhance your safeguarding training offer, while ensuring staff keep up to date with safeguarding issues, we have three Safeguarding Training Packs, one for each term of the academic year. These versatile packs allow you to pick and choose from scenarios and quiz questions to keep training fresh, as well as delivering safeguarding snapshots - one-page, one-minute guides to specific safeguarding issues that can be sent to staff or displayed.

You can get the Annual Safeguarding Refresher Training and all three of the termly training packs as part of this large and comprehensive Safeguarding Training Pack - Full Academic Year, which provides you with everything you’ll need to effectively deliver safeguarding training this academic year. 

Further safeguarding training materials can be found here:

If you’re looking to review your safeguarding processes and procedures, this Safeguarding Audit can help to improve or evaluate your school's approach to safeguarding. Covering the Education Inspection Framework (EIF) for safeguarding and evidence that the school is meeting the requirements set out in the statutory guidance document, Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2024, this audit pack is useful for new and experienced leaders alike.

Additionally, if you’re thinking about doing a spot check on your safeguarding and child protection procedures or wondering what Ofsted will ask about safeguarding when they visit, this Safeguarding and Child Protection Deep Dive pack has been designed to give you the tools to gather a snapshot view of safeguarding in your setting.

Customer Reviews

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Duncan T
Very pleasantly surprised!

I didn't expect loads for the price but WOW! This pack has saved me so many hours while giving me peace of mind about September training. Managed to also get an extra discount - bonus!