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Safer recruitment – isnt it just common sense?

Safer recruitment is about making sure that the people you employ (whether paid or voluntary) – and entrust – to work with children, young people, […]

Prevent: is it working?

When we hear that children as young as nine are being branded terrorists – as The Independent revealed last week – it does make you […]

Child sex offences involving the internet up by 44%

Police have recorded in 2016/17 an average of 15 child sex offences a day that involved the internet in England and Wales. This is 44% […]

What are the key changes made to Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019?

Changes have been made to the statutory guidance Keeping children safe in education. The revised publication, which replaces the 2018 guidance, comes into force on […]

Five flick Courses All Your Staff Need

Five courses that offer extra opportunities to staff.

Whats new for schools in Ofsteds Education Inspection Framework?

In September 2019 Ofsted replaced their Common Inspection Framework with the Education Inspection Framework.

What's new for early years in Ofsteds Education Inspection Framework?

Inspections of registered early years providers will be carried out under Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework from September 2019.

How can we manage stress and mental health at work?

Every day roughly 42,000 workers are unable to work due to stress. That’s almost the entire Metropolitan Police Workforce.

What qualifications do nannies need?

Thinking of becoming a nanny? Maybe you already are one! Whether you’re new or old to the job-role, take note: everything has changed.

Modern slavery and human trafficking in the news

Modern slavery is happening in the United Kingdom, with sexual exploitation becoming the most common form of modern slavery reported, closely followed by labour exploitation, […]

Why is lifting people different to lifting objects?

Many of us, in all sorts of different workplaces and environments, need to do a certain amount of lifting, carrying, pushing, and moving. Often this […]

Whats changed in the 2017 revised EYFS framework?

Last month, the DfE (Department for Education) published a revised EYFS framework. These changes came into effect this week, on 3 April 2017.

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