Emergency planning, support and advice for education establishments (EASEE)
Incidents and emergencies can occur at any time. Our education settings and young people are not immune from such incidents and often the impact of an incident can have far reaching effects in the wider community. For this reason we have utilised the Emergency Advice and Support for Educational Establishments (EASEE) guidance and produced: school emergency and business continuity plan templates and used EASEE guidance material to plan for a range of critical incidents.
This includes emergency school lockdown procedure guidance and bomb and suspicious package information.
EASEE guidance is available from the CSW resilience team sub-regional website.
Please find attached the link to the revised KCSIE (2019). https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/keeping-children-safe-in-education--2
The detail on the substantive changes is listed in Appendix H, page 108 of KCSIE (2019).
Key points are:-
- Upskirting (page 10 paragraph 27 and page 89).
- Changes to new local arrangements under the new local safeguarding children partnership. An update on this will take place at the Designated Education Safeguarding Lead’s conferences.
The revised model child protection policy is available at https://www.solgrid.org.uk/education/safeguarding/child-protection/.
The revised model safeguarding policy is available at https://www.solgrid.org.uk/education/safeguarding/.
Senior Education Safeguarding Officer
The annual DSL conference days (8.30 am - 4 pm) are to be held at Sans Souci on Monday 30 September 2019, Monday 7 October 2019, and at Grace Academy on Thursday 24 October 2019.
The annual governor safeguarding conference is at Solihull School on Wednesday 9 October 2019 at 6.30 pm.
Please confirm which day you wish to attend to email@example.com.
Lorraine Lord, Senior Education Safeguarding Officer