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Sheffield education settings

Welcome to the education settings section of the Safeguarding Sheffield Children website with information, policies, guidance and tools to support you with your safeguarding roles and responsibilities. These documents and tools are regularly updated and reviewed.

In the right side column of these pages you will also find links to national and local guidance and the Schoolpoint 365, Safeguarding Children Service area.

NEW for 2023

Working Together 2018 makes it clear that education settings must comply not only with the requirements set out there and with the most current version of Keeping Children Safe in Education but also with any additional requirements placed on them by their local safeguarding partnership.  Sheffield education settings therefore must comply with Sheffield Children Safeguarding Partnership (SCSP) requirements.  For clarity and ease of reference these are stated in the document below as well as how the Sheffield Safeguarding Children Advisors for Education will support Sheffield education settings to comply with these requirements.  Please contact the advisor linked to your setting if you need to discuss how we can support you with your compliance with these requirements.

Safeguarding Children Advisors for education settings - our offer and expectations

Training Pathway for education settings

Click on the sections below or in the list on the left of the page for further information:

Guidance

Safeguarding Fact Sheets

Toolkit

Policies & procedures

SchoolPoint 365: Safeguarding Children Teams

Inspections & Research

Safeguarding Annual Audit from Head Teachers

Alternative Education Providers (SCC)

 Also useful on this website:

Training for education settings

SCC Alternative Education Providers Training

Professionals & Volunteers: Information & Resources

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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