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LSCB's CSA Awareness and Campaign Briefing Outline
07 Aug
As part of a year-long campaign, Bournemouth & Poole Local Safeguarding Children Board, Dorset Safeguarding Children Board and the NSPCC are working in partnership to prevent CSA and to safeguard children from abuse. The campaign, which forms part of the LSCB's wider strategy tackling child sexual abuse, aims to encourage parents, carers and professionals to have conversations with children in an age-appropriate way, from an early age, about how to stay safe from sexual abuse and how to report any concerns using the NSPCC's Underwear Rule (also known as PANTS) 10 briefing sessions will be offered free of charge in various locations across Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole to equip frontline staff with skills and resources to be able to promote the PANTS preventative strategies with confidence and to respond effectively to any CSA disclosures or concerns raised by children, families or staff members. Please see download for full outline and objectives and available dates. To book on to these courses please complete the attached boking form and email to Bournemouth.poolelscb@bournemouth.gov.uk. For more information please visit www.dorsetlscb.co.uk/working-with-children/child-sexual-abuse-campaign-nspcc/ Please note: Upon receipt of your booking form the LSCB administrator will respond to confirm your place. Please DO NOT attend unless you have received confirmation.
LATEST NEWS
02 Aug
LSCB Level 3 Safeguarding Training is changing to 1 day in length. From September 2018 LSCB Level 3 Initial Safeguarding will change from being 2 days to 1 day in length. This decision has been made by the LSCB after consultation with partner organisations and reflects the need to adapt training to suit the requirements of the children's workforce across Dorset. The LSCB will in due course be publishing details of addition al courses which will be offered to support practitioners and managers in safeguarding roles. NEW Online Training Virtual college are offering a range of short, free online training courses to support parents and professionals working with children. Please access these courses and share with colleagues and teams as appropriate. Understanding Young Minds Suitable for parents and professionals. This online course, 'talking to your children about emotional resilience and self harm', has been designed to provide you with a basic awareness of the subject to help you approach children with confidence about the issue. www.virtual-college.co.uk/resources/free-courses/understanding-young-minds Female Genital Mutilation: Recognising and preventing FGM This course is useful for anyone who is interested in gaining an overview of FGM, particularly frontline staff in healthcare, police, border force and children's social care,. www.virtual-college.co.uk/resources/free-courses/recognising-and-preventing-FGM Keeping Them Safe: Protecting children from CSE Suitable for parents and professionals. Parents against Child Sexual Exploitation (PACE) and Virtual College have teamed up to provide this short (20-30 mins) online course designed for parents and carers. This course will be of interest to those working with children. www.virtual-college.co.uk/resources/free-courses/keep-them-safe Awareness of Forced Marriage This course is aimed at all professionals who have a responsibility to safeguard vulnerable children, young people and adults ant risk, and is aimed at child protection services, health professionals, education professionals, police officers, children's social care, adult social care, and housing authorities. www.virtual-college.co.uk/resources/free-courses/awareness-of-forced-marriage
ASSESSMENT CONFERENCE - Plan it, Fuel it and Aim for the Stars!!!
20 Jul
Dorset’s Annual Assessment Conference Plan it, Fuel it and Aim for the Stars !!!!! 1st NOVEMBER 2018 09:30 – 15:30 Hethfelton House, Wareham Come and be inspired as we welcome Claire Gadsby as our Keynote speaker – Author of Perfect Assessment for Learning from the best-selling Perfect series from Jackie Beere OBE. This will be a full day with Claire’s keynote speech and workshop alongside a wonderful selection of Dorset best practice workshops spanning EYFS to Y6. All will focus on progress in English and Mathematics, a key target for every school.
Phonics courses - 17 Sept 18
20 Jul
Phonics courses – 17 Sept 18 In response to requests from schools for phonics training specifically for Early Years staff in schools this year’s phonics training has been split into two parts. Foundations of Phonics will look at phases 1-4 which should be taught to children in the Reception year. Further Phonics will cover phases 5 and 6 which is what should be taught throughout Y1 and Y2. You can attend either course without attending the other or if you’d like to book on both courses you can do so for the cost of a full day course (must be the same delegate who books and attends).
KS1 Essentials – 1 Oct 18
20 Jul
KS1 Essentials – 1 Oct 18 In response to feedback from the Y2 moderation team and through events held throughout the year by Leah Forshaw we have decided to put on a full days training to look at all the key ingredients needed to ensure children work on the National Curriculum for years one and two in order to be successful at the end of KS1. The course is suitable for both new and experienced Y1, Y2 or Y1/2 staff.
Annual English Good Practice Conference 2018
06 Jul
Fly High with Pie - Transforming Reading and Writing 10th October 2018 Kingston Maurward College There will be a range of workshops during the day led by Pie Corbett, Maria Richards (Infinity Literacy) and Chris Caws (Youth Sport Trust). The sessions will explore how to develop children’s love of reading and how this feeds into their writing. Pie will also explore his famous storytelling for writing. We have been lucky enough to get Pie back to Dorset, in response to teacher’s requests, after much Twitter stalking! Book now to secure your place to hear from the infamous Pie Corbett! Don’t miss this year’s Annual English Good Practice Conference!