Education

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Safeguarding Audit feedback and Ofsted SVSH Review

A recording by the Education Safeguarding Advisor on this year’s education audit and the Ofsted review into Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment between students in schools/colleges.

Produced by Vicki Maybin, WSCP Safeguarding Advisor for Education.

40 minutes

Please book here to request access to this YouTube video.

 

Supporting pupil and student mental wellbeing

Recorded webinar for school and college staff on how to support returning pupils and students mental wellbeing. Experts speak on the impacts of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental wellbeing and recovery techniques, and from education leaders about the actions they have been taking.

Produced by Department for Education, Public Health, NHS England.

65 minutes

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Survive! Serious Youth Violence

A range of short practical advice videos covering for schools supporting communities with serious youth violence, gangs and knife crime. Click the links on the webpage to access the videos.

  • Background to gangs, knife crime and serious youth violence
  • What are the causes of serious youth violence?
  • How do you spot it; How can you stop it?
  • Impact of social media and drill music;
  • Help us now! Should we call the police? Who else can help?
  • The roles of schools, parents and visiting experts
  • What about girls & peers; perpetrators & victims?
  • A job for primary or secondary schools?
  • What should we teach young people, what not, and how?
  • Case studies
  • The long view

Produced by LGfL www.lgfl.net/

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Harmful sexual behaviour in schools – podcast

Why is it important for schools, colleges and academies to be aware of harmful sexual behaviour? This episode will help you to understand: what healthy, problematic and harmful behaviours are and how you can respond appropriately; the issues schools, colleges and academies are currently seeing and why there’s an increase in sexualised behaviour in young people; how children and young people are affected, including those who display sexualised behaviour, what you can do to balance needs so that safeguarding is prioritised without affecting education. There are 2 further episodes.

Produced by NSPCC Learning

27.17 minutes for 1st episode.

Click the link here to access this podcast.

 

Preventing Radicalisation in Schools

A range of videos developed in collaboration with school practitioners, extremism experts, the Department for Education and the Home Office. They are designed to reflect recent developments around extremism and empower staff to safeguard pupils as part of a whole-school approach to implementing the Prevent duty. Each section includes short CPD videos to exemplify effective practice, answer questions which schools have asked, and provide top tips, discussion points and real-life case studies.

  • Understanding Vulnerability
  • A Whole-School Approach: Policy, Practice & Planning
  • The Grooming Process
  • The Safeguarding Process
  • My Story: How I Was Radicalised

Produced by LGfL www.lgfl.net/

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Bullying – All Together Programme

A range of online training courses for anyone working with children & young people.

  • What is bullying?
  • Bullying and the Law
  • Bullying and SEN/disability
  • 10 principles to reduce bullying
  • Preventing bullying
  • Responding to bullying
  • Cyberbullying (Online bullying)
  • Young Carers and Bullying
  • Looked After Children and Bullying
  • Mental Health and Bullying
  • Sexual Bullying

Produced by the Anti-Bullying Alliance www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/

Varies between 15 to 45 minutes

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Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme

The Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme equips students and staff with the tools needed to tackle bullying behaviour head on, transform school’s approach to anti-bullying and create a safer, kinder school community. The Programme is youth-led, with students leading their anti-bullying campaign as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.

Produced by the The Diana Award

Click the link here to register your interest in this training.

 

Understanding Trauma informed practice with DSL Claire Harwood

DSL Claire Harwood talks about how her school have shifted their approach to understanding student behaviour, asking ‘whats happened?’ and not ‘what’s wrong?’

Produced by Safeguarding Days

48 minutes

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Understanding Trauma – Learning Brain vs Survival Brain

This video reframes a trauma perspective in terms of learning brain versus survival brain as a way to make it easier for teachers to talk about trauma with students.

Produced by Jacob Ham

5 minutes

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The repair of early trauma – A bottom up approach – ACES

Told through the voices of children, this unique animation teaches that by putting together the seven-piece jigsaw puzzle of ‘Developmental Trauma’, we can understand how a child’s adverse childhood experiences have shaped their emotional world and outward behaviour. You can then work with a child to help them with their developmental trauma using an innovative therapeutic approach called the ‘Neuro-Sequential Model of Therapeutics’. This model recovers and repairs each part of a child’s brain in a specific, phased and effective order.

Produced by Beacon House

11 minutes

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Childhood bereavement: an introduction

An introductory course on childhood bereavement and what you can do to help those going through it, aimed at both primary and secondary schools. This course will cover:

  • What is childhood bereavement?
  • How does grief affect a child?
  • Dealing with a bereavement in schools

Produced by Winstons Wish

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If you have any queries please contact wscpevents@wakefield.gov.uk.

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