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Keeping children safe at school


Advice from the Department for Education


Safeguarding is an area that alongside Ofsted and time management, is a big concern for many teachers. Schools have a responsibility to provide a safe environment in which children can learn.


Every school should have a designated safeguarding lead who will provide support to staff members to carry out their safeguarding duties and who will liaise closely with other services such as children’s social care. All school staff should be prepared to identify children who may benefit from early help, as soon as the problem emerges.


What should you know:


• Be aware of policies and systems within your school to support safeguarding, including the child protection policy and staff code of conduct


• All staff members should receive appropriate safeguarding training


• Be aware of the early help process which includes identifying emerging problems and liaising with the designated safeguarding lead


What to look out for: • Be aware of the types of abuse and neglect so the signs can be identified


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For further advice on what to look out for, and to read the statutory guidance for schools, visit the Department for Education website


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