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DfE Guidance (24.10.2022) – The Prevent duty: safeguarding learners vulnerable to radicalisation

November 1, 2022

Support for those working in education settings with safeguarding responsibilities.   https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-prevent-duty-safeguarding-learners-vulnerable-to-radicalisation

DfE – Guidance (24.10.2022) – Making a Referral to Prevent

November 1, 2022

Find out how to report any concerns you have about a child, young person or adult learner who you think may be vulnerable to being drawn into extremism. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/making-a-referral-to-prevent

DfE Guidance (24.10.2022): Prevent duty self-assessment tool for schools

November 1, 2022

Self-assessment tool to help schools in England review their responsibilities under the Prevent duty. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-self-assessment-tool-for-schools

DfE Update (14.10.2022): Treating candidates fairly when you recruit trainee teachers

October 17, 2022

Help teacher training candidates to have the best chance of success. Update reads: Added guidance on using a candidate’s references to check that it’s safe for them to work with…

DfE Update (10.10.2022): Meeting digital and technology standards in schools and colleges

October 11, 2022

DfE have updated the guidance detailing cyber security standards for schools and colleges: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/meeting-digital-and-technology-standards-in-schools-and-colleges/cyber-security-standards-for-schools-and-colleges

DfE Update (03.10.2022): Emergency planning and response for education, childcare, and children’s social care settings

October 4, 2022

How educational and childcare settings should plan for and deal with emergencies, including significant public health incidents and severe weather. Update reads: The guidance has been updated to include 'extreme…

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