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Keeping Children Safe in Education: proposed changes from September 2021
The DfE is consulting on proposed changes to KCSIE, after dropping an earlier consultation in March 2020. There's no new statutory requirements proposed - most of the proposals clarify and expand on existing guidance. See our full list of what's likely to be changing.
- What's happening?
- What am I most likely to have to do?
- Providing a condensed version of part 1
- 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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