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- 'What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused': summary
- Child protection records: how long should they be retained?
- Childcare disqualification requirements: declaration form
- Childcare disqualification requirements: FAQs
- Childcare disqualification: do self-declaration forms breach human rights?
- Childcare disqualification: offences
- Disqualification by association: equality implications
- EYFS safeguarding and welfare checklist
- Keeping Children Safe in Education: summary updated
- Malicious allegations: how is ‘malicious’ defined?
- Meetings with children's social care services: must staff attend?
- Parents photographing school events: protecting at-risk pupils
- Providing contact details for the children’s commissioner (residential special schools)
- QuickRead: safeguarding – schools' responsibilities
- Recording safeguarding information: guidance and templates
- Reporting safeguarding allegations to the local authority designated officer
- Role of the designated safeguarding lead
- Safeguarding checklists
- Safeguarding children: example audits
- Safeguarding notices for visitors
- Safeguarding provision in secondary schools
- Safeguarding report for the governing body: who should write it?
- Safeguarding resources for children (primary)
- Safeguarding: guidance for staff
- Safeguarding: training for governors
- Safeguarding: training requirements
- Single central record: FAQs
- Single central record: requirements
- Single central record: templates
- Specific safeguarding issues: summary
- Visitors: asking for identification
- Working Together to Safeguard Children: summary
Last updated on 19 May 2015
Are there any examples of safeguarding checklists? This article refers to safeguarding checklists produced by local authorities. It also features a video in which one of our associate education experts answers questions about the inspection of safeguarding.
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