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London 27 September 2022

Manchester 29 September 2022


Manchester 2022 programme

We are delighted to announce that the day will be chaired by Dai Durbridge, Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP.

Morning Keynotes

  • Understanding and implementing KCSIE 2022 – key messages for the year ahead
  • Child-on-child sexual violence and harassment
  • Using your safeguarding intelligence


Afternoon Keynotes

  • Self-Generated Images – the scale and challenges for schools.

  • How to develop strong working relationships with your LADO


Workshop Choices 1

Culture of Care

Explore the guiding principles, benefits and impact of a ‘Culture of Care’ and shift from compliance to a collaborative, holistic approach which benefits your whole community

Suzanne Murray, Safeguarding Consultant

Safer recruitment refresher

Unpick reference checking requirements, avoid pitfalls and understand how to meet the new online search expectation

Dai Durbridge, Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

Sexual harassment and violence

Work to change cultures and mindsets and evidence your impact


Workshop Choices 2

Informed Early Help

Develop themes from your safeguarding data and prevent safeguarding issues escalating through informed early help strategies

Debbie Innes-Turnill, Safeguarding Consultant and Child Protection Lecturer

Safeguarding SEND

Develop policy, practice and culture to reduce vulnerabilities and remove barriers for children with SEND

Andrea Glynn, Director and Consultant, Schools Safeguarding

Low level concerns

Embed your low level concerns procedure to drive a culture of openness and add clarity to acceptable professional boundaries

Dai Durbridge, Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP


Workshop Choices 3

Strategic oversight

Drive proactive safeguarding in your school trust and ensure a consistent and comprehensive approach to safeguarding.

Dai Durbridge, Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

Self-harm and suicidal ideation

Practical steps to identify warning signs and support children and families


Support young people to recognise and report harm

Ella Savell-Boss, Safeguarding Consultant