We hope to see you all at the Child Protection In Education 2017 conference tomorrow!

12 September 2017

What Can I Expect?

  • Legal update: Hear from top educaton lawyers and gain clarification on your safeguarding responsibilities for 2017/18

  • Online safety: Understand how online safety is linked to all other safeguarding areas and how to ensure your students understand the risks

  • Mental Health: Gain strategies to ensure meaningful support is offered to all students suffering from mental health difficulties

Who should attend?

  • Designated safeguarding lead

  • Designated child protection officers

  • Deputy and assistant headteachers

  • Headteachers and principals

  • Vice principals

  • Governors and trustees

  • Heads of year

  • Heads of department

  • Safeguarding officers

Click here for more information.

Click here to see the programme for the day and click here for more information regarding the event speakers.

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