How PSHE education contributes to safeguarding

How PSHE education contributes to safeguarding

This document outlines the ways in which PSHE education contributes to schools' safeguarding duties.

It further also sets out schools’ statutory duties, explains relevant Ofsted guidelines, and signposts to useful teaching resources and guidance.

Date uploaded: 23 Nov 2017


Attachments
Safeguarding resource- Feb 2015.pdf

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Guidance documents

Subject(s)

PSHE Guidance & Information
Safety (including Physical and Online Safety)

Levels

Key Stage 5
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
Key Stage 3
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