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Safeguarding Training Pack - Full Academic Year

Safeguarding Training Pack - Full Academic Year

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Are you seeking a comprehensive and thorough safeguarding and child protection training package for the academic year? This cost-effective, ready-to-deliver safeguarding pack aligns with Part One of Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2024 and will help you deliver effective safeguarding training throughout the autumn, spring and summer terms. This pack includes a KCSIE INSET refresher PowerPoint, Prevent Duty awareness training and audit, scenarios, quizzes, a safeguarding training timetable and a safeguarding policy checklist, ensuring staff stay current on safeguarding matters year-round. This extensive safeguarding pack is an excellent time-saver for anyone responsible for delivering safeguarding training and updates at the beginning of the academic year, during INSET sessions and throughout the year.

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What's included in this bundle?

In the dynamic landscape of education, safeguarding is not a one-time event but a continuous journey. This comprehensive safeguarding training pack redefines ongoing safeguarding training by providing a drip-feed approach, incorporating innovative tools like safeguarding snapshots — concise, one-page, one-minute reads that keep educators informed. From quick quizzes to real-life safeguarding scenarios, this pack empowers school leaders and DSLs to cultivate a culture of vigilance, ensuring a resilient and responsive approach to the evolving needs of child protection.

This safeguarding training pack has been carefully designed to weave safeguarding aspects together with the theory of spaced practice in mind. This means staff can revisit content across the term and year, ensuring that they deeply understand all of the topics covered in order to keep children safe. The pack includes:

  • 36 x editable Safeguarding Scenarios, questions and answers for interactive and collaborative staff training.
  • 36 x Safeguarding Snapshots to display within your staff spaces or send to them each week.
  • 18 x Quick Quizzes containing 10 multiple-choice questions each - ideal to keep tabs on if staff safeguarding knowledge is secure.
  • 3 x ready-made Safeguarding Training Timetables (one for each term) designed to incorporate the above resources into a training programme for the academic year.
  • 1 x PDF document on suggestions for use, giving you ideas on how you can implement each aspect effectively.
  • 1 x Prevent Duty staff training PowerPoint, audit and accompanying training materials.
  • 1 x 73-slide Annual Safeguarding Refresher Training PowerPoint, ideal for INSET training with an accompanying 20-question Principles of Safeguarding Quiz.
  • 11 x Safeguarding Posters for display in your setting, such as the staff room or staff toilet facilities, covering the signs and indicators of a range of safeguarding issues, including county lines, child-on-child abuse, sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, domestic abuse, neglect, bullying and more.

Throughout the training pack, you’ll cover:

  • Taking Disclosures
  • Physical Abuse
  • Fabricated and Induced Illness (Physical Abuse)
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse 
  • Neglect 
  • Child Mental Health
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Online Safety
  • Filtering and Monitoring
  • Bullying (Child-on-Child Abuse)
  • Cyberbullying (Child-on-Child Abuse)
  • Contextual Safeguarding
  • Homelessness
  • Whistleblowing
  • Allegations Against Staff and Low-Level Concerns
  • Safeguarding Principles
  • Staff Roles and Responsibilities
  • The Prevent Duty, radicalisation and extremism
  • Prejudice-based and discriminatory bullying, including misogyny and incel culture
  • Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
  • 'Honour'-Based Abuse (HBA)
  • Abuse Linked to Faith and Belief
  • Private Fostering
  • Modern Slavery
  • Child Abduction and Community Safety Incidents
  • Cybercrime
  • Young Carers
  • Pre-holiday disclosures
  • Child-on-Child Abuse
  • Abuse in Intimate Personal Relationships
  • Child-on-Child Sexual Violence
  • Child-on-Child Sexual Harassment
  • Youth-Produced Sexual Imagery (also known as Consensual and Non-Consensual Sharing of Nude and Semi-Nude Images and/or Videos / Sexting)
  • Upskirting
  • Initiation and Hazing Type Violence and Rituals
  • Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE)
  • County Lines
  • Serious Violence
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
  • Children Absent from Education and Children Missing Education (CME)
  • Elective Home Education (EHE)
  • Concerns about staff, including intimate care and dismissal of child-on-child abuse

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 comprehensive safeguarding training pack for the full academic year 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, upon induction to your setting and through the use of a drip-feed approach to safeguarding training across the academic year.

What questions does this pack have the answers to?

Paragraph 14 of Keeping Children Safe in Education states:

“In addition [to receiving safeguarding training at induction], all staff should receive safeguarding and child protection (including online safety) updates (for example, via email, e-bulletins, and staff meetings), as required, and at least annually, to continue to provide them with relevant skills and knowledge to safeguard children effectively.”

This is why we’ve designed such a comprehensive training pack. Rather than delivering a single large training session to staff at the start of term where a long period of time can pass before safeguarding training is addressed again, this pack allows safeguarding leads to provide short, sharp bursts of incremental training that keeps staff knowledge fresh and puts safeguarding aspects at the forefront.  

For monitoring and quality assurance purposes, offering a drip-feed approach to safeguarding training is a great way to show that you’re constantly preparing staff to act if a safeguarding issue does arise, ensuring pupils are kept safe from harm.

What else can help me?

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), 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.

Does your nominated safeguarding governor want to explore safeguarding in your setting? They'll find these Safeguarding Questions for Governor Visits invaluable.

Customer Reviews

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Mary Elms
Everything in one!

A really helpful full set that has helped our safeguarding team prepare this year. Easy to pick up and go and has saved so much time!