Coronavirus: how to monitor safeguardingBe clear on how to go about monitoring safeguarding as your school reopens to all pupils, so you’re assured that pupils are being kept safe in all areas of your school's provision.
Governors' role in preventing peer-on-peer abuseAbuse between peers can take many forms, including bullying, physical abuse and sexual harassment. Use the guidance below and example questions to help your school leaders develop a culture where abuse is not tolerated, and understand how to monitor what your school puts in place.
Monitoring safeguarding provision: checklistYour governing board must make sure your school has effective safeguarding policies and procedures in place. Use our checklist to help you monitor your school's safeguarding practice.
Online safety: governors' roleUnderstand your role in keeping pupils safe online. Ask the right questions when monitoring your school's internet policies and practices.
Questions to ask about safeguardingKnow what to ask your designated safeguarding lead (DSL) and what to look for in their answers so you can make sure your school's safeguarding provisions are working well. Plus, see questions you can use to respond to incidents.
Safeguarding responsibilitiesRead our 1-page summary of your board's role in keeping children safe in your school, and the duties of your safeguarding governor. Download a copy to share with your colleagues.