Services for Schools

Some of the services we deliver are specifically aimed at education services and are designed with statutory requirements in mind – for example those set out in the Education Act 2002, Education and Inspections Act 2006, Working Together 2018, and Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018.

We also incorporate key issues for education in our training such as Ofsted inspection requirements, recommendations from serious case reviews and recent articles in the media and news. We work in partnership with our clients, reflecting their ethos and values, while delivering training that will result in robust safeguarding children knowledge and practice.

We help the services that we work with improve on their current practice and provision and gain recognition as outstanding centres for learning, pupil safety and wellbeing.

Our courses include:

  • Safeguarding training and refresher training (all levels including training for designated leads and governors)
  • Training on specific specialist subjects such as child sexual exploitation, bullying and e-safety
  • Events for pupils and parent/carers

We run three programmes specifically aimed at pupils:

Risky Business – Raising young people’s awareness of personal safety and risk (including child sexual exploitation and grooming)

Say No to Bullying – this short impactive workshop helps children of all ages to understand what bullying is; why they might be targeted; what to do if they or another child are being bullied; and what to do if they are worried that they are a bully.

Be Safe Online – this short programme helps raise awareness of what the risks are of going online, using ‘smart’ technology and social media. We help young people recognise risk, how predators use the internet, and how they can keep themselves safe.

Our e-safety, bullying and child sexual exploitation courses are available as whole school packages, including staff, pupils, parents and carers.

“I found the course one of the most useful ones I have attended.

“Perfectly prepared me for my next court case.