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1 Safeguarding Curriculum Version: 4.0 Approval Status: Approved Document Owner: Graham Feek Classification: External Review Date: 03/07/2017 Effective from: 01/09/2016

2 Table of s 1. Introduction Process of New Staff and Volunteer Induction for Designated Safeguarding Leads and Deputy Designated... 4 Safeguarding Leads Safeguarding for Children and Young People Lessons from Practice a learning organisation Recording Outcomes Face-to-Face E-Learning Courses... 8 Appendix 1 Safeguarding Inset Return Form Appendix 2 Safeguarding Induction Return Form Appendix 3 Safeguarding Grid Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 2 of 28

3 1. Introduction 1.1 The Greenwood Academies Trust is committed to the protection and safety of its pupils, staff and all those who work within any of its settings. The Trust is committed to providing staff with the support and development they need to be able to ensure the highest standards of safeguarding so it is at the heart of its work, especially within each Academy. The provision of training throughout the Trust is seen as essential to achieve this. 1.2 All staff across the Trust will undertake safeguarding training appropriate to their role. This will include staff within the Central Team as well as Principals. Trust Board members will have appropriate training to enable them to understand their role and expectations as Trustees. 1.3 In terms of training children and young people themselves in matters of safeguarding, it is important that pupils of all ages know where to go for help, for themselves or others and/or how to make complaints about the way they may be being treated. This is a high priority for the Trust and staff will be creative and sensitive to how the day to day curriculum may allow such topics to be introduced and how appropriate and sensitive information can be made available as required. 1.4 This Safeguarding Curriculum sets out the requirements of training for the varied groups of staff across the Trust to ensure compliance with the high standards that safeguarding requires in terms of knowledge and competence. 2. Process of 2.1 Safeguarding training will be delivered through a blended approach with a mixture of face-to-face training and elearning. Face-to-face training will be delivered by appropriately trained staff who have the competence and experience of the subject. 2.2 Detailed records will be kept of staff participation in training in order to constantly review if they are up to date and it will be the responsibility of individual members of staff to also monitor their own training needs and to be pro-active in ensuring they are met through appropriate and timely training courses. 2.3 It will be especially important that refresher training is given a high priority to ensure on-going compatibility with new local and national safeguarding developments. 3. New Staff and Volunteer Induction 3.1 All new staff joining Greenwood Academies Trust, no matter where they work and in what role, will undertake a basic introduction to safeguarding as part of Induction. 3.2 The induction process will involve the new member of staff or volunteer meeting with the DSL for their setting to discuss the local arrangements for safeguarding. 3.3 During this meeting the new member of staff or volunteer will be issued with the following documents: GAT Safeguarding Practice Guidance; GAT Staff Code of Conduct; Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016 Part 1; and Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 3 of 28

4 GAT Safeguarding Induction Checklist 3.4 New staff and volunteers must then complete the elearning course titled Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect - Foundation which can be booked through the Greenwood Learning Alliance. 3.5 The DSL will arrange to meet the new member of staff or volunteer after a period of 2 weeks to answer any questions that may have arisen from the elearning and to collect the completed GAT Safeguarding Induction Checklist. 4. for Designated Safeguarding Leads and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads 4.1 DSLs and their deputies are responsible for making decisions about responding to reports of safeguarding concerns and have been given this role in accordance with the GAT Safeguarding Practice Guidance. 4.2 Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016 recognises that the DLS should undergo training regularly and the Trust insists that training is accessed annually. 4.3 The on-going professional development of DSLs and their deputies is a key priority for the Trust and they will released to attend training as appropriate with their LSCB. The Trust recognises that it is important that DSLs access training locally as well as through the Greenwood Learning Alliance and DSL Network. 4.4 The Trust will host two DSL Network events and an annual safeguarding conference through each academic year. DSLs are expected to attend a minimum of two events. It is expected that DSLs will make arrangements to share the information and learning from these events with their Principal and Deputy DSL(s). 5. Safeguarding for Children and Young People 5.1 The Greenwood Academies Trust acknowledges the importance of children and young people in all its Academies knowing where to go for help for themselves or others. Within each Academy staff will create a culture that allows them to be able to discuss relevant and appropriate safeguarding topics that provide healthy conclusions and provide clarity on where to go for help and support. 5.2 At all times, and in all appropriate teaching subjects within the curriculum, staff will ensure children and young people know who to talk to within and outside of the Academy should they have related concerns. 5.3 The Trust will, from time to time, give consideration to whether it will be appropriate to run campaigns or awareness raising workshops for children and young people on safeguarding themes which have a relevance to their day to day lives. 6. Lessons from Practice a learning organisation 6.1 All training at any level and with any group of staff will integrate lessons learned from both national and local cases. It will be important that training is made relevant to the work of the Trust both in reference to Trust policy and procedure and in sharing, anonymously, the types of learning from situations more likely to occur within Trust settings. Given its commitment to being a learning organisation, day to day lessons remain a key ingredient to improving standards. A register of lessons learned will be Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 4 of 28

5 available to DSLs through the DSL SharePoint site and will be discussed at DSL Network events throughout the year. 7. Recording Outcomes 7.1 New Staff and Volunteer Induction At the end of the safeguarding induction process the DSL must collect the completed GAT Safeguarding Induction Checklist and record the outcomes locally. If there is any further follow-up this must also be actioned and recorded in reasonable time. 7.2 Annual Safeguarding Inset Following the annual inset training for safeguarding all staff must complete the GAT Safeguarding Evaluation Form and return it to the DSL. If there is any further follow-up this must also be actioned and recorded in reasonable time. 7.3 This is also a good opportunity to ensure all staff have access to the latest policies and guidance relating to safeguarding. The DSL will be responsible for issuing part 1 of the most recent Keeping Children Safe in Education document. Within 2 weeks of the document being issued DSLs must seek formal assurance that each member of staff has received a physical copy of the document, has read the document and that they understand it in relation to their role. 7.4 Greenwood Learning Alliance elearning The outcomes of elearning completed through the Greenwood Learning Alliance will be recorded on the elearning Learner Management System and reports will be sent to DSLs on a termly basis. 7.5 External and LSCB DSLs will need to keep a record of external training completed externally including certificates of completion. A copy of the outcome of training accessed by DSLs and their deputies must be sent to the Trust Safeguarding Manager. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 5 of 28

6 8. Face-to-Face Annual Safeguarding Inset Inset Session Delivered by Local DSL All Academy Staff N/A Annually DSL Network Events Presentations, Guest Speakers and Networking Activities All Designated Safeguarding Leads N/A N/A Annual GAT Safeguarding Conference Presentations, Guest Speakers and Networking Activities All Designated Safeguarding Leads Executive Team / Senior Education Advisors / Principals N/A Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 6 of 28

7 LSCB DSL Delivered by LSCB / LA of Academy Site Designated Safeguarding Leads / Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads Local arrangements As per LSCB arrangements Greenwood Learning Alliance DSL Face-to-Face Designated Safeguarding Leads / Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads Principals / Senior Education Advisors To be used as annual training when LSCB training is not required Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 7 of 28

8 9. E-Learning Courses Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect (Foundation) Academy Staff: Primary Teaching Staff, Secondary Teaching Staff, Specialist Provision Teaching Staff, Office and Reception, Site and Catering Staff, Academy Advisory Councils Central Team: Office Staff, IT Staff, Health and Safety, Estates and Catering Staff, Trustees N/A Free (in other years Safeguarding Children must be taken) This course covers a variety of child protection issues and is suitable for anyone who comes into contact with children. It aims to inform about the various types of abuse or neglect to a child and then explain what you must do if you suspect that a child is being abused or neglected. Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect (Core) Academy Staff: Principal, DSL / Deputy DSL, Senior Leaders, Education Welfare Officer, Family Key Worker, esafety Officer, SENCo, Pastoral Staff Central Team: Education Advisor, Senior Education Advisor, Executive Team N/A (in other years Safeguarding Children must be taken) Essential topics covered in the course include: Understanding the types of abuse and neglect a child in your care may suffer. How you can identify the tell-tale signs. What is the correct course of action when you suspect a child is being abused or when a child or adult discloses abuse. You will also learn reliable methods of keeping accurate records. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 8 of 28

9 Understanding Pathways to Extremism and the Prevent Programme All Trust Staff N/A The aim of the course is to give you an awareness of the radicalisation process so you can feel confident about being proactive in taking a multi-agency approach to early intervention and support. After completing this course you should: - Understand what extremism and radicalisation are and why it is important to discuss and address these - Know the main elements of the Prevent strand of the government s CONTEST strategy - Better understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalisation - Know your responsibilities and recognise indicators that radicalisation might be taking place Basic Awareness of Domestic Abuse including the impact on children DSL, Deputy DSL, Family Key Worker Principal, Senior Leaders, Education Welfare Officer, SENCo, Pastoral Staff This course aims to give you an awareness of what domestic violence and abuse is and how to identify it whilst also describing best practice when supporting those experiencing domestic abuse. After completing this course you should be able to: - Explain what domestic violence and abuse is and who is most at risk - Describe the physical and psychological effects of domestic violence and abuse - Classify the behaviours displayed by an abusive person - Explain the impact of domestic violence and abuse on children, young people and adults at risk - Outline the MARAC Process - Describe best practices for supporting those experiencing domestic violence Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 9 of 28

10 Safeguarding Children and Young People from Abuse by Sexual Exploitation DSL, Deputy DSL Education Welfare Officer, Family Key Worker, esafety Officer, SENCo, Pastoral Staff In light of recent high profile developments in this important area of child protection, we have updated this awareness-raising course to reflect the latest research, governmental guidance and best practice. You will find up to date information on: - The National Action Plan for Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation - Human Trafficking - The Grooming Process - Missing Children and Young People - Child Exploitation and Online Protection An overview of relevant legislation including: - Missing Children and Adults Strategy - Call to End Violence Against Woman and Girls Action Plan - Taking Action the Next Chapter As well as the relevant legislation and guidance that applies to vulnerable groups and how these policies can be applied in practice, it explains risk assessments and key vulnerability factors whilst covering the roles of various agencies such as the police and social care so you know what your responsibilities are. The training material also includes scenarios to help you to think about what you would do in a real world situation. Having completed the online training and assessment you will: - Have an awareness of the background to child sexual exploitation, including definitions, the key legislation and guidance and research findings. - Understand the risk assessment process, including which elements create are used to create thorough document. - Know the categories of risk and what vulnerability factors to look for when undertaking an assessment. - Have a basic knowledge of the responsibilities of the key agencies involved in helping children that are being, or at risk of being, sexually exploited. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 10 of 28

11 Safer Recruitment Principal, Senior Leader, Education Advisor, Senior Education Advisor, HR Staff, Executive Team Local Safeguarding Boards have a responsibility to ensure that agencies named under Section 11 of the Children Act 2004 have safer recruitment practices in place. This module will assist those involved in recruitment, ensuring they meet these requirements. The module considers statistics relating to safer recruitment; statistics are important as they simplify the size of the problem. It also considers the background to the introduction of the more robust safer recruitment processes, which followed the Bichard Inquiry, and looked at the recruitment of Ian Huntley in the Soham case. On completion of this module learners will have covered these learning objectives: - Develop the skills and understanding needed to put in place safer recruitment processes - Check current practice in your organisation - Provide understanding of the Independent Safeguarding Authority and the Vetting and Barring Scheme - Promote a safer culture within your organisation - Raise your awareness about abuse and abusers Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 11 of 28

12 An Introduction to FGM, Forced Marriage, Spirit Possession and Honour Based Violence All staff that haven t completed Home Office approved FGM training in the last 3 years This course is specifically designed to help people coming into contact with young people and their families during the course of their work to promote good safeguarding practice, whilst being culturally aware. On completion you will: - Have an understanding of the four main types of abuse that stem from culture related traditions: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), Honour Based Violence, Spirit Possession and Forced Marriage. - Be more aware of the specific cultural and religious needs of others and confident at conversing with those from a differing cultural background. - Recognise how important cultural awareness is in supporting the best possible outcomes for all children. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 12 of 28

13 esafety Guidance for Practitioners All Teaching and Learning Staff, Principal, Senior Leader, DSL, Deputy DSL, esafety Officer, SENCo, Pastoral Staff, IT Staff Technology is affecting younger age groups. Whereas earlier generations had to be content with dressing up as a cowboy or princess, nowadays instead of using toy guns, boys and girls are armed with games consoles, mobile phones and the monster weapon that is the internet. Children don t only have access to technologies at home; ICT is embedded across the curriculum, so with such exposure children typically have a lot of confidence. However, their knowledge of the risks and dangers may not be high. As the internet is available in many places; anyone who works with children has a role to play in providing esafety education as well as supporting parents in providing a safe home environment. By completing this course, learners will: - Develop awareness of different ways in which children and young people use the internet and mobile technology - Develop awareness of the possible risks to children and young people when using different methods of online and mobile communication - Be able to identify key esafety practices of which children and young people should be aware - Know how to report abusive behaviour online - Know what to do if a child discloses an experience of abusive online behaviour - Be aware of further online esafety support Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 13 of 28

14 Hidden Harm The Effect of Parental Drug and Alcohol Misuse on Children Family Key Worker Principal, DSL, Deputy DSL, Senior Leader, EWO, SENCo, Pastoral Team Hidden Harm the effect of parental drug and alcohol misuse on children It is estimated that there are 1.5 million children of problem drug and alcohol users in the UK. (ACMD 2006). Services naturally focus their attention on the problem user; but in this process, the effects on the children can be overlooked. There is now a government directive that aims to raise awareness of this issue and increase opportunities for early intervention. This course is designed for anyone who works with children, young people and their families. The course aims to raise awareness of the issues affecting the children of problem substance users. It helps the learner to spot the signs of harm and identify appropriate windows of opportunity to break the cycle and safeguard the child. The course has been developed by 5 Drug and Alcohol teams nationally and peer reviewed by panels of experts in the field. The course comes with an online assessment and certificate on achieving a satisfactory pass mark. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 14 of 28

15 Parental Mental Health Family Key Worker Principal, DSL, Deputy DSL, Senior Leader, EWO, SENCo, Pastoral Team This e-learning course aims to increase awareness of the main issues surrounding mental distress in parents and how this impacts upon their children. It is aimed at anyone who comes into contact with children and young people during the course of their work. This course aims to raise awareness of the legislation and guidance that applies, and gives a background to mental distress and attitudes towards it in the past and today. It helps the learner understand the causes and symptoms or the variety of mental health problems parents may have so they will be able to appreciate the needs and experiences faced by different groups, and know how to advise and support parents and their children. Having completed the module learners will: - Be aware of some key terms and key legislation relating to mental distress and have a basic knowledge of the historical background to the subject - Be able to list some of the main causes and main types of mental illness - Know what services are available to people who are experiencing mental distress - Understand the impact of diversity issues; appreciate the needs that different groups have and how they can be addressed - Have an appreciation of the real impact of mental health issues and see what types of barriers people face in their daily lives - Know how to support parents with mental distress, by using a number of types of good practice and being aware of useful contacts Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 15 of 28

16 Safeguarding and Leadership Principal, DSL, Deputy DSL, Education Advisor, Senior Education Advisor HR, Executive Team This online training course is intended for operational managers at all levels, including supervisors, frontline managers, managers of child protection units and managers involved in the specification, commission, monitoring and/or provision of services to children, young people and their families. Having completed the course, learners will know what is required to ensure that appropriate safeguarding training, monitoring and leadership is embedded through every organisation. On completion of this course learners will: - Ensure Safeguarding in Service Delivery - Apply the Robust Model of Assurance - Ensure Multi-Agency Safeguarding Collaborative Working Information Sharing for the Lead Professional Principal, DSL, Deputy DSL, This basic awareness course is made up of three learning objectives: The Early Help Assessment, information sharing and the role of the lead professional. The course will give you an in depth understanding of these topic areas so that you can confidently discuss the concepts with families, should you need to. It will provide underpinning knowledge for lead professionals or practitioners, prior to face to face training. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 16 of 28

17 Information Sharing Level 2 Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, SENCo Principal, Senior Leader, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, esafety Officer, SENCo, HR Free (for mandatory audience - 20 recharge for all others) Annual Day-to-day professionals will encounter situations in which they need to decide whether to share information with other professionals. Therefore all professionals should be clear about their duties and responsibilities in relation to information sharing, and have confidence in putting these into practice. This course aims to empower the learner to make the right decisions and provide them with the skills to share relevant and proportionate information in an effective way. Safeguarding Children with Disabilities Specialist Provision Staff Free (for mandatory audience - 20 recharge for all others) Annual This course contains an overview of the national and local agenda in relation to children with disabilities, basic knowledge of the range of protection needs of disabled children and information on how you can enable them to communicate about their experiences and provide support. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 17 of 28

18 Safer Working Practices All Trust Staff Annual The starting point for this module is to look at why you need to undertake training on the protection of children and young people. All adults who come into contact with children in their work have a duty of care to safeguard and promote their welfare. Practitioners have a key role in shaping the futures of young people. The vast majority of adults working with young children act professionally to provide a safe and supportive environment. However, in this area of work, tensions and misunderstandings can occur; the answer is not to work in a bubble. We have learnt from many adults, they are inadequately informed about their responsibilities and, as a result, they may unintentionally avoid certain practices completely. This should not be the case and this module aims to outline clearly what behaviours are and are not acceptable. Risk Taking Behaviour Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, Family Key Worker EWO, esafety Officer, SENCo, Pastoral Team This e-learning course has been designed to raise awareness of the main issues around risk taking behaviour and young people sexual health. It has been designed for wide variety of people and is intended for anyone who comes into regular contact with young people and/or their families in the course of their work. It provides learners with an increased understanding of risk taking behaviour allowing them to develop their work in a way that improves outcomes for young people. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 18 of 28

19 Wellbeing in Sexual Health Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team Sexual Health is an important part of physical and mental health. Essential elements of good sexual health are equitable relationships and sexual fulfilment with access to information and services to avoid the risk of uninitiated pregnancy, illness or disease. This module aims to equip people working with young people or their families to understand the pressures and issues faced by young people, it covers both national and local issues, with sections customised for specific local (geographical) areas. This module covers national issues, but also has specific information for the Blackpool region (any organisations in other regions who would like a locally focused version for their area please contact us to discuss). This course aims to help learners to understand where to signpost young people who have questions about their sexual health, to share decision making where the sexual health of a young person is an issue and to make sure you know your role and how it is affected by the policies in place. Teenage Pregnancy Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team The aim of the module is to increase awareness of the main issues around teenage pregnancy and young people s sexual health. By helping to give the learner a better understanding of these issues, it will help to develop the learner to work in a way that improves outcomes for young people. This module looks at the risk factors associated with teenage pregnancy, including positive interventions aimed at reducing the under 18 conception rate. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 19 of 28

20 Collaborative Working: A Whole Family Approach EWO, Family Key Worker This online course will increase your understanding of the impact of whole family working and the key principles of whole family intervention. After completing this course you will be able to: - Define the role of the dedicated key worker, and the qualities and attributes that make a successful dedicated worker - Apply the whole family approach to your practice - Describe the benefits of working with the whole family in order to improve outcomes for children, young people and their parents and carers - Discuss and identify methods of delivering practical 'handson' support. Hate Crime Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team A hate crime is any criminal offence or incident which is perceived by the victim, or any other person as being motivated by prejudice or hate, based on a person s real or perceived race, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity. These crimes can have a far more serious psychological effect on the victims and the communities they represent than many other crimes. As a result, this module aims to raise awareness of hate crime and hate incidents and their true extent in our communities. Having completed this e-learning course, learners will have an increased understanding of hate crime and the impact these types of crime have on victims. Learners will also be provided with advice and guidance on how to recognise hate crime as well the appropriate actions to take when reporting hate crime. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 20 of 28

21 An Introduction to Integrated Working (The Early Help Assessment / Lead Professional / Information Sharing) Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team A hate crime is any criminal offence or incident which is perceived by the victim, or any other person as being motivated by prejudice or hate, based on a person s real or perceived race, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity. These crimes can have a far more serious psychological effect on the victims and the communities they represent than many other crimes. As a result, this module aims to raise awareness of hate crime and hate incidents and their true extent in our communities. Having completed this e-learning course, learners will have an increased understanding of hate crime and the impact these types of crime have on victims. Learners will also be provided with advice and guidance on how to recognise hate crime as well the appropriate actions to take when reporting hate crime. Risk Assessment in Safeguarding Designated Safeguarding Lead Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team In 2006, the Government outlined the knowledge base and actions expected for those who work with children, young people and families. It was stated that all those involved must be able to recognise and know how to act upon evidence that a child s health or development is or may be impaired. The aim of this module is to help practitioners from all agencies develop an understanding of theories of risk assessment and become competent in applying them when working with children, young people and their families. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 21 of 28

22 Self-Harm and Suicidal Thoughts in Children and Young People Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team This course aims to educate learners about the warning signs, risk factors and actions to take should they suspect a child or young person is self-harming or having suicidal thoughts. After completing this course you will be able to: List the warning signs that might suggest self-harm or suicidal thought in children and young people Explain what you should do if you suspect selfharm Outline the risk factors and possible causes of self-harm and suicidal thoughts in children and young people. Integrated Working Strategic Managers Overview Principal, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, Senior Education Advisor, Education Advisor Over four million people in the UK work with Children, young people and families. The focus of this module is the Integrated working between these people, why it is important, who it can affect and the most effective way to achieve this through the use of three main components. Common Assessment Framework (CAF), Information Sharing and Lead Professional. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 22 of 28

23 Trafficking, Exploitation and Modern Slavery Designated Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, EWO, Family Key Worker, SENCo, Pastoral Team This course is about understanding, combating and helping people who are being trafficked, exploited or used in modern slavery. It examines different types of exploitation, how individuals become victim to abuse and what actions professionals should take to recognise victims and help them. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 23 of 28

24 Appendix 1 Safeguarding Inset Return Form Academy Site Trainer Date Please indicate below whether you feel confident that you have met each objective (Yes) or whether you require further training in this area (No) I understand clearly my role in safeguarding children from harm. I understand the Academy procedures on how and when to report a safeguarding concern. I know how to respond appropriately to allegations against a member of staff. I know the four categories of child abuse and can recognise the signs to look for. I have access to and have read the Academy s Child Protection Policy. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 24 of 28

25 Please indicate below whether you feel confident that you have met each objective (Yes) or whether you require further training in this area (No) I have access to and have read the Trust Safeguarding Policy. I have access to and have read the Trust Staff Code of Conduct. I have a physical copy of Part 1 of Keeping Children Safe in Education (September 2016), I have read and understand this document in relation to my role. Please complete this form and return it once signed to the DSL for your site within two weeks of the inset session. Signed Print Name Role Line Manager Date Returned DSL Use Only Have any issues been identified that require follow up? If yes please provide details: Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 25 of 28

26 Appendix 2 Safeguarding Induction Return Form Academy Site DSL Date Please indicate below whether you feel confident that you have met each objective (Yes) or whether you require further training in this area (No) I understand clearly my role in safeguarding children from harm. I understand the Academy procedures on how and when to report a safeguarding concern. I know how to respond appropriately to allegations against a member of staff. I know the four categories of child abuse and can recognise the signs to look for. I have access to and have read the Academy s Child Protection Policy. Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 26 of 28

27 Please indicate below whether you feel confident that you have met each objective (Yes) or whether you require further training in this area (No) I have access to and have read the Trust Safeguarding Policy. I have access to and have read the Trust Staff Code of Conduct. I have a physical copy of Part 1 of Keeping Children Safe in Education (September 2016), I have read and understand this document in relation to my role. Please complete this form and return it once signed to the DSL for your site within two weeks of the induction session. Signed Print Name Role Line Manager Date Returned DSL Use Only Have any issues been identified that require follow up? If yes please provide details: Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 27 of 28

28 Primary Teaching and Learning Staff Secondary Teaching and Learning Staff Specialist Provision Teaching and Learning Staff Principal DSL / Deputy DSL Senior Leadership Team Education Welfare Officer Family Key Worker esafety Officer SENCo Pastoral Staff School Office / Reception Staff Site / Catering Staff Academy Advisory Council Education Advisor / Senior Education Advisor Human Resources Team Office Based Staff IT Team Health and Safety / Estates / Catering Executive Team Trustees Appendix 3 Safeguarding Grid Academy Staff Central Team Role Package Face to Face: Safeguarding Inset Face to Face: Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent Face to Face: CEOP Induction R Face to Face: LSCB Interagency / DSL R Face to Face: Greenwood Learning Alliance Designated Safeguarding Lead Face to Face: Greenwood Learning Alliance Safeguarding Supervision Skills elearning: Awareness of Child Abuse Foundation elearning: Awareness of Child Abuse Core elearning: Understanding Pathways to Extremism and the Prevent Programme elearning: Safeguarding Children and Young People from Abuse by Sexual Exploitation elearning: Basic Awareness of Domestic Abuse Including the Impact on Children, Young People and Adults at Risk Title: Safeguarding Curriculum Page 28 of 28 R R R R R R R R R R R R elearning: Safer Recruitment R R elearning: An Introduction to FGM, Forced Marriage, Spirit Possession and Honour Based Violence elearning: esafety Guidance for Practitioners elearning: Hidden Harm The Effect of Parental Drug and Alcohol Misuse on Children R R R R R R elearning: Parental Mental Health R R R R R R elearning: Safeguarding and Leadership R R elearning: Collaborative Working Information Sharing for the Lead Professional elearning: Information Sharing Level 2 R R R R R R R elearning: Safeguarding Children with Disabilities R R elearning: Safer Working Practices elearning: Risk Taking Behaviour R R R R elearning: Wellbeing in Sexual Health R R R R elearning: Teenage Pregnancy R R R R elearning: Collaborative Working: A Whole Family Approach R R elearning: Cultural Awareness in Safeguarding R R R R R R elearning: Hate Crime R R R R R R elearning: An Introduction to Integrated Working (The Early Help Assessment / Lead Professional / Information Sharing) R R R elearning: Risk Assessment in Safeguarding R R R R R elearning: Self Harm and Suicidal Thoughts in Children and Young People R R R R R elearning: Integrated Working Strategic Managers Overview R R R elearning: Trafficking, Exploitation and Modern Slavery R R R R R 10. : Mandatory for role R: Recommended for role (subject to 15 recharge per elear

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