The summer term is approaching, and with it comes GCSEs, leavers’ proms, hay fever and the age old question of study leave. If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to ensure you can offer students what they need at this time.
In line with recent amendments to ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016,’ all school staff must have adequate training around E-safety. A thorough understanding of this ever-evolving field is more important than ever with recent studies...
On 5 September 2016 an amended version of Keeping Children Safe in Education came into force with further emphasis on the need for all professionals to understand that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.
New data taken between April 2015 and March 2016 revealed 43 newly recorded cases of female genital mutilation involving women and girls born in the United Kingdom. Alarmingly 18 of these were reported to have been undertaken in the UK.
The summer is a wonderful time for children and young people to take a well-earned break from their hard work throughout the year. However, we need to ensure pupils know how to keep themselves safe at home.