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Keeping Children Safe in Education: changes from September 2018

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updated on 14 September 2018
School types: All · School phases: All
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An updated version of Keeping Children Safe in Education came into force on 3 September 2018. Understand the main changes and clarifications, and find out what you need to do now.

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Contents

  1. 1 Complete these key actions
  2. 2 Safeguarding information for all staff (part 1)
  3. 3 The management of safeguarding (part 2)
  4. 4 Safer recruitment (part 3) 
  5. 5 Allegations of abuse made against teachers and other staff (part 4) 
  6. 6 Child-on-child sexual violence and sexual harassment (part 5)
  7. 7 Annexes

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