Herts for Learning Online
:: What makes for effective safeguarding? Headteachers session ::
Outline
In partnership with Hertfordshire County Council, we are running a series of half-day sessions for headteachers and one other member of staff or governor to support colleagues in schools to secure a culture of vigilance and to tighten their systems and processes for safeguarding children. It is a condition that the headteacher attends the session. Herts for Learning’s experience to date suggests that schools are fully committed to keeping their children safe but sometimes they do not know what effective practice looks like. To that end, the sessions will give delegates a clear understanding of what constitutes effective safeguarding ‘on the ground’. The presenters include: Helen Jones, HfL Education Services Director for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Groups Frazer Smith, Local Authority Designated Officer and Child Protection guru Jeremy Loukes, HfL district school effectiveness adviser Marcus Cooper, Hertfordshire Senior Education Manager The sessions are free of charge and places are limited to 2 per school.
Prerequisites
Please note this session is for headteachers to attend with one other member of staff and places are limited to 2 per school.
Outcomes:
By attending the session participants will:
  • have a clear view of the key features of effective safeguarding
  • understand the inspection requirements for keeping children safe
Please note this session is for headteachers to attend with one other member of staff and places are limited to 2 per school.
Suitable for:
  • Governor
  • Governors / Clerks
  • Headteachers
Being delivered by Helen Jones, Frazer Smith, Jeremy Loukes and Marcus Cooper
Price Nil (Centrally Funded)
Support Officer Nomusa Marowa
Email nomusa.marowa@hertsforlearning.co.uk
Enquiries Telephone: 01438 844857
 :: Session Information :: 
Town/Venue Dates Time Course Code Availability
Hertfordshire, Aubrey Park Hotel Wed 19 Apr 2017 13:00 - 16:00 Spaces Available