Understanding the DfE Statutory Guidance Changes
This webinar will focus on helping Senior Leaders and Designated Safeguarding Leads to understand schools’ additional online safety duties as outlined in the proposed changed to the Department for Education “Keeping Children Safe in Education” statutory guidance coming into effect from September 2018.
It is important that schools prepare in advance of these changes coming into force prior to September 2018 and the aim of this training session is to support schools to ensure they meet their statutory online safety duties.
Understanding the DfE Statutory Guidance Changes in Online Safety
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Webinar starts at 1 pm on Friday 18th May 2018
Watch the training session live or view the recording afterwards on-demand at your convenience
The session lasts approx. 1 hour webinar and is delivered by our Online Safety expert
KCSIE sets out the legal duties that schools and colleges must comply with, together with good practice guidance on what schools and colleges should do in order to keep children safe.
The guidance is extensive, covering what staff should know and do to safeguard children, the management of safeguarding in schools and colleges, safer recruitment and responding to allegations of abuse against staff.
The Department for Education keeps its statutory guidance under review and revises it as required to keep it up to date and relevant. The aim of this webinar is to help schools and colleges to better understand what they are required to do by law and what we strongly advise they should do in order to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
Webinar Recording & Support
You will be automatically sent a recording of the webinar if you’re unable to attend to watch at your convenience, and you’ll receive support from our Online Safety Experts should you have any questions following your viewing.