Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020

Webinar and staff briefing resources

Thank you to everyone that attended, we have had lots of positive feedback and are currently thinking about how we can run future webinars to support your CPD, and what format these may take. Regardless of whether you attended or not, there are copies of the materials used below so that you can either use the materials yourself or watch the webinar at your leisure.  The webinar recording starts just as John Woodhouse (Director, Safeguarding Network) is introducing himself and Safeguarding Network.

If you did attend and haven’t yet left any feedback, you can do that by clicking here – this will open a pop-up window containing the feedback form.

We hope these materials prompt your setting to join Safeguarding Network. Members receive a monthly set of in-house training materials including presentations, quizzes and scenarios to support the implementation of Keeping Children Safe in Education. Click here to join Safeguarding Network.

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Resources from the webinar

  • Recording of the KCSiE 2020 Changes Webinar

    A link to the recording of the webinar provided by Safeguarding Network on the 1st July 2020 for DSLs and senior leaders looking at the changes being bought in by Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 and how Safeguarding Network can support you in meeting these changes. Please note this video is hosted on YouTube and Safeguarding Network has no control over third party content, therefore caution should be exercised when clicking any links.

  • Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 slide pack

    PDF copy of the slides used in the DSL webinar

  • Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 staff briefing

    This PowerPoint presentation was used in our Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 webinar for DSLs so will be appropriate for safeguarding teams. You will want to edit some slides and focus the presentation on your setting and locality for staff, volunteers and governors.

  • Keeping Children Safe in Education staff briefing – presenter notes

    These notes accompany our staff briefing template. Think carefully about your audience and adapt the slides and notes to personalise the presentation to your setting and its local context.

  • KCSiE 2020 audit tool and report to SLT / Governors

    Safeguarding Network have taken the changes that were made in the latest version of Keeping Children Safe in Education and developed an audit tool to allow you to ensure that your practice from the beginning of September 2020 reflects the new requirements.

  • Detailed list of changes in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020

    A comparison between Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019 and 2020 with all additions, amendments and deletions listed in full. Member only content.