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Child protection policy: model
Make sure your child protection policy reflects the latest changes to Keeping Children Safe in Education. If your policy is based on our original model, use our summary of what's changed and why to help you decide what changes you need to make. If you have your own, use our checklist to make sure it covers everything it needs to and get tips on what else to include.
- Model policy
- How to make sure your own policy is up to date and compliant
- Settings with EYFS: you don't need a separate EYFS child protection policy
- Visit our Safeguarding Training Centre for further safeguarding support
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