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Before INSET day

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Download and adapt your 2021/22 INSET pack

Suitable for:               All staff

Delivery method:       Face-to-face or remotely

Topics covered:         Latest updates to Keeping Children Safe in Education part 1
                                    Tackling sexism and sexual harassment in your school

Contents:                    An adaptable presentation, facilitator notes, staff activities, staff handouts 
                                    and remote delivery guidance

Session length:          3 hours

We’ve updated our content to reflect Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021

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Download INSET pack

Include additional safeguarding training (optional)

Looking to cover additional safeguarding topics? Browse and download our ready-made resources below:

Pupil mental health How to support pupils who may have experienced trauma

Domestic abuse 

Browse all of our safeguarding resources

Send the updated KCSIE part 1 guidance to staff

Once the updated guidance comes into force, copy the link below to send it to staff – ask them to read the pdf called 'Keeping children safe in education: for school and college staff (part 1)'. For staff who don't work directly with children, you can opt to share the new condensed version (annex A in the full version of KCSIE) instead.

Prepare to deliver successful training with confidence (optional)

Take 10 minutes to watch David Weston (CEO at the Teacher Development Trust) talk through helpful tips and guidance on how to deliver successful training with confidence.

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During INSET day

Deliver training to staff

Good luck, we hope it goes well!

Send training to those who couldn’t attend

Our engaging eLearning course Safeguarding and child protection: the essentials is ideal for anyone that missed your INSET day. You can also use it to induct new starters throughout the year. Participants will be required to pass an assessment at the end. It's fully up to date and compliant with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021.

Suitable for:                          All staff

Topics covered:                    Latest updates to Keeping Children Safe in Education part 1

Session length:                     1 hour

Certificate granted?            Yes

Copy the link below to invite your staff to the course.

Safeguarding and child protection: the essentials 2021/22

After INSET day

Send KCSIE part 1 assessment to attendees

Test staff knowledge and understanding of KCSIE part 1 with our assessment. 

Copy the link below to send the assessment to your staff.

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021, part 1 - assessment

Please note, the questions in this assessment are the same as the questions in the assessment at the end of the 'Safeguarding and child protection: the essentials' eLearning.

Staff results will feed into your training dashboard.

Update your training records

Record evidence of staff's understanding of KCSIE part 1 by downloading their results from the 10-question assessment below.

Download assessment results

Staff who completed the 'Safeguarding and child protection: the essentials' eLearning course will have taken the same assessment as part of their course. Their results can be found below.

Download eLearning results

Do follow-up training with staff

Give your staff the opportunity to put what they learned on INSET day into practice with the safeguarding scenarios below. Each one tests staff on how to handle a safeguarding situation as well as checking their knowledge of your procedures.

Emotional abuse scenario Neglect scenario

Physical abuse scenario Sexual abuse scenario

Disclosures scenario Domestic abuse scenario

Sharing nudes and semi-nudes scenario  Peer-on-peer abuse scenario

Looking for further safeguarding resources and training? 

View our factsheets and briefings View our eLearning library

Use awareness days to do more safeguarding training

It's World Mental Health Day on 10 October, and Anti-Bullying Week is on 15 to 19 November.

Use our resources to train your staff.

Mental health

Pupil mental health: deepening understanding Pupil mental health: anxiety

Pupil mental health: self-harm and suicidal ideation Pupil mental health: depression


Staff briefing Cyber-bullying scenario