Key proposed changes to Keeping Children Safe in Education

PLEASE NOTE: Due to Covid-19 this draft was pulled and the consultation stopped. We are maintaining this page as we feel it is an indication of future changes that may be made.

This insight was written in February 2020.

What to do now…

  • Familiarise yourself with the changes the full draft guidance  can be downloaded here. You can also register for our bulletin using the following form as we discuss the draft guidance further.
  • Prepare now for the changed emphasis – ensure your staff know what to look for and what to do. Safeguarding Network members have access to in-house training packs on each of the focus areas. If you’re not a member join now for instant access.
  • Think ahead – plan safeguarding training for your DSLs, deputies and staff for the implementation of the new guidance in September. Contact us to check availability for the end of the summer term or early September.

Once the guidance is finalised Safeguarding Network will be providing an audit tool for subscribing schools to check their compliance against the new guidance.

Full membership of Safeguarding Network gives you access to all our training packs and support for implementing the new guidance. It is £99 a term witha satisfaction guarantee and  no tie in.


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  • Key proposed changes to Keeping Children Safe in Education – February 2020

    Downloadable copy of our safeguarding insight into the changes proposed in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020.

  • Translations of Part 1 Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020

    London Grid for Learning have commissioned translations of KCSIE Part 1 into eleven key community languages: Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Gujarati, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Spanish, Urdu and Somali. Please click to visit their site.