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Keeping Children Safe in Education: changes in September 2016

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Last updated on 8 June 2017
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What were the main changes in the 2016 version of Keeping Children Safe in Education? The DfE published an updated version of its statutory safeguarding guidance, in force from 5 September 2016. We set out the key changes that this update made to the guidance.

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Contents

  1. 1 Updated guidance in force since 5 September 2016
  2. 2 Safeguarding guidance for all staff
  3. 3 Designated safeguarding lead
  4. 4 Member of the board responsible for safeguarding
  5. 5 Safeguarding training
  6. 6 Safer recruitment
  7. 7 Reporting concerns
  8. 8 Online safety
  9. 9 Teaching pupils about safeguarding
  10. 10 Specific safeguarding issues 

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