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- Can staff collect pupils from home? new
- Changing nappies: guidance and procedures updated
- Children left at home alone: guidance new
- Children walking to and from school alone: safety guidance
- Collecting children from school: safeguarding procedures
- Collecting children: checking the identity of adults wearing face veils
- Collecting pupils from school: separated parents
- Dealing with sexting by students
- Educational visits: gender of supervisors
- Images of pupils: guidance on use and obtaining permission
- Images of pupils: use of social media websites
- Parents photographing and videoing school events
- Parents photographing school events: protecting at-risk pupils
- Photographs of EYFS pupils: data protection
- Pupil identity cards: what can we include?
- Pupils' email addresses: should they be anonymous?
- Receiving notification of a new criminal offence committed by an employee new
- Safeguarding children: checklists
- Safeguarding children: induction and guidance for staff
- Safeguarding children: leaflets for supply teachers and volunteers
- Safeguarding children: sample audits
- Safeguarding requirements
- Safeguarding teams
- Safeguarding: policies and requirements (Wales)
- Safeguarding: supervising contractors on the school site
- School counsellors: safeguarding procedures
- Swimming: safeguarding concerns
- Taking photos of pupils: guidance and examples
- Volunteers: can they help young pupils get changed?
- What should we do when a pupil runs away from school?
Safeguarding children: checklists
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