Safeguarding: What Can we Learn from Schools where it was judged 'not effective' 10AM

Safeguarding: What Can we Learn from Schools where it was judged 'not effective' 10AM

About this event

 During the session we will be explaining the following:

  1. The key findings from inspection reports where safeguarding has been judged to be “not effective."
  2. The reasons for “not effective”safeguarding which are frequently noted in inspection reports.
  3. Practical steps to take away from previous failings.

 

Let us introduce you to this week's professional speakers

Hannah Glossop

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. 

James Simoniti

James is a former Police Detective specialising in the investigation of Sexual Offences, Child Abuse, Trafficking and Exploitation. He was also responsible for investigations into those in Positions of Trust, frequently working in partnership with the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO). James brings an in-depth knowledge of safeguarding children, partnership working and crisis management to Judicium – knowledge that is critical for all DSLs. He enjoys hiking, and he once walked across the North York Moors in a single day!