Changes in education 2022/23
Get up to speed on the key changes that are likely to affect your school this academic year, and find resources to help you take action.
- Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) updated for 2022
- New behaviour, searches and exclusions guidance in place from September 2022
- New uniform guidance in place from September 2022
- New attendance guidance applies from September 2022
- Ofsted: curriculum 'transitional arrangements' to end in September 2022
- New admissions appeals code from October 2022
- Policy changes outlined in the white paper
- Proposed changes set out in the SEND green paper
- Other changes on the horizon
We've summarised the major changes that are headed your way.
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Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) updated for 2022
The Department for Education (DfE) has updated KCSIE - the changes come into force on 1 September 2022.
There aren't any major changes, but there is additional guidance on key issues including:
- Safeguarding training for governors
- Additional barriers to disclosure for certain pupils
- Safer recruitment processes and procedures
New behaviour, searches and exclusions guidance in place from September 2022
Behaviour in schools: advice for headteachers and school staff 2022 Searching, screening and confiscation at school School suspensions