The Designated Safeguarding Lead
The Chair of Governors
Children's safety in education
Child sexual exploitation
Child sexual education
Children's Safeguarding Enterprise
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Staff should remember to be professional at all times – including dress, language and online communication and staff should not be in personal communication with pupils – including texting, messaging, social networking sites etc.
Privacy settings should be used.
Post comments about work
Change in behaviours
Isolated from friends/family
Still never completing homework.
The catchment area being across both City and County means that services are not always accessed appropriately.
College buses only serve the county area and do not go across county lines.
A gang builds a network between an urban hub and county towns and villages, into which drugs are supplied.
Students in the county are less likely to achieve their target P8 score
Discuss it with a colleague and then decide what to do
Talk to the DSL about it – KRU
Send an email to the tutor of the student concerned
Write it down, date it, time it, and sign it and hand deliver it to the DSL – KRU
Prevent students from being excluded from school
The Counter-terrorism Bill 2015 places a duty on schools and colleges to safeguard pupils from being drawn into terrorism.
Prevent is about stopping miniority religious groups spreading their ideologies.
Prevent is about preventing the use of cannabis.
Inform the DSL by writing the information down, dating it, putting the time and signing it before passing it to them
Tell the tutor.
Email the DSL.
Inform the Head of Year.
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I don’t care, that is what KRU needs to know.
Section 47 refers to situations when a crime may have been committed and a child has been intentionally physically harmed, sexually assaulted or wilfully neglected. This information must go immediately to the DSL. Section 17 is still a concern but this is less urgent – the DSL is likely to make a note of this and consider what support can be put in place for the family and young person.
Offer them some of your biscuits
Ask the child to stay behind at the end of the lesson and have a chat with them
Write down your concerns and observations, time, date and sign it and pass it to the DSL.
Email the tutor with your concerns.