“ Everybody working with children has a clear duty to keep them safe – there are no excuses for ignorance” Beverley Hughes, Children’s Minster, DCSF (2008) There has been a vast amount of guidance and legislation produced in recent years to improve safeguarding in schools and colleges. Making sense of all this and keeping up to date with developments can seem a daunting task.
How can you ensure you are meeting your safeguarding responsibilities?
Attend the Child Protection in Education Conference 2009
and gain clear and accurate advice on child protection law and guidance so you can meet your legal obligations and keep your students safe.
Click here to see an overview of this event. You can also see details of the day in our conference programme.
Comments from last year’s delegates:
“ Very helpful to have policies and procedures underpinned by clear, legal and up to date guidance” Lisa Fidler, Headteacher, Danesfield Manor School
“ An excellent day, very valuable information and delivered well. Thank you”
Lynne Rigg, Safeguarding, Training & Development Officer, London Borough of Sutton
“ An enjoyable day packed full of useful guidance”
Simon Price-Whittle, Deputy Head, Erith School