Aside from personal development and academic success, our top priority as educators must always be to keep children safe - in school but also within their home environment. “Safeguarding” may be an emotionally draining part of our job, but it is probably the most important.
One of the most serious aspects of an educator’s role is to safeguard children - the umbrella term for noticing, noting and sharing concerns to protect children from harm, neglect and other forms of abuse. This course - part of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series - provides you with a short overview of safeguarding law and practice. By watching this session you will explore: