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Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE): September 2021 changes
A new version of Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) came into force on 1 September. Understand the changes and what your next steps should be.
- Key things for you to know
- Next steps
- Condensed version of part 1 (annex A)
- Part 1: safeguarding information for all staff
- Part 2: the management of safeguarding
- Part 3: more details on safer recruitment measures
- Part 4: handling allegations against staff
- Part 5: child-on-child sexual violence and sexual harassment
- Annex B: specific safeguarding issues
- Annex C: role of the designated safeguarding lead (DSL)
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