Page 1 of 1
This networking session follows on from the Governor Local Area Forums. Governors were keen to come back together as a group to look at how Therapeutic Thinking has been rolled out in their schools and to share examples of best practice.Essential Information
East Sussex Children’s Service and the East Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership (ESSCP) has set an expectation that the named safeguarding link governors attend, prior to or shortly after appointment, in-depth face to face training delivered by the East Sussex Governor and Clerking Services.
This session will provide new safeguarding link governors the knowledge to work effectively with the school’s designated safeguarding lead (DSL) and ensure the governing body's responsibilities are being met.
This live interactive virtual classroom training, delivered through Microsoft Teams is aimed at those who maintain the Single Central Record (SCR); Bursars, Business Managers, Office Administration, Headteachers, Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) and Safeguarding Lead Governors, to ensure compliance with Keeping Children Safe in Education and safer recruitment guidance. There will be opportunity to consider each column/section of the SCR with opportunity for questions and queries. We will also consider the responsibilities of the Headteacher, Safeguarding Lead Governor and Designated Safeguarding Lead in ensuring compliance. Please note current HR guidance is only available to schools that have bought into their service.
Important. Please see "Additional Information" for joining instructionsEssential Information
How governance can make a significant difference for the LGBT+ students in your school
By attending this workshop, you will get a brief LGBT+ training session , a personal story from an LGBT+ student, a School Governor’s perspective, a school staff perspective and an opportunity to examine your thinking on these issues.
You will also gain access to useful resources and a clear sense of the next steps you can take to improve LGBT+ inclusion and support in your school. As well as a better understanding of the need to meet the legal requirement to ensure LGBT+ inclusion in schools, and the Ofsted requirement for your school to be effective in tackling LGBT+ phobic bullying.
This session will be co-facilitated by staff from Allsorts Youth Project.Essential Information