Safeguarding is Everyone's Responsibility - Creating a Culture of Vigilance 11:30AM

About this event

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility: creating a culture of vigilance

Recent Ofsted reports demonstrate that failures in safeguarding have shown that Schools cannot deliver good safeguarding practice without a healthy safeguarding culture. But what does this actually mean ? We will be looking at how to support our education leaders including governors, to understand what a positive safeguarding culture looks like and how can we promote it.

During the session we will be discussing the following:

  1. Defining a culture of vigilance
  2. The impact a strong culture of vigilance makes
  3. Practical steps to take to create a culture of vigilance for all staff, governors and volunteers


Let us introduce you to this week's professional speaker

A graduate of Teach First, Hannah taught in London schools for many years and has completed a Masters in Leadership, focusing on inclusion in education. Having worked as an Assistant Head and the Designated Safeguarding Lead across a large all-through school, Hannah is passionate about supporting schools with their safeguarding and securing excellent outcomes for young people. Hannah is a brilliant DSL trainer. She is flexible in her approach and brings creativity to every session, ensuring that each session is both useful and memorable. In her spare time, Hannah is a keen swimmer and regularly takes part in triathlons.