Reporting and Recording Safeguarding issues – A best practice approach to safeguarding Children

 1:30 pm – 02:00 pm (GMT)  Online    


Recognising a safeguarding issue is important. Acting on concerns is vital. But it’s just as important that you keep a record of all safeguarding concerns in your organisation. In this webinar, we will look at what to do if you have any concerns, how you should record them, and who you should report them too. We will also discuss good practice for a safeguarding proforma that may be used in your setting.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to deal with a disclosure.
  • How to record concerns.
  • Who to inform.
  • What action will follow.


  • All staff.

About Ian Curry:

Ian has recently worked as a Deputy Headteacher at a large secondary 11-18 school. Ian has a passion for demystifying safeguarding, believing strongly that confidence is the key to truly embedding that ‘golden thread’ of safeguarding throughout education. Ian believes in empowering each individual, uniquely placed in their role across education and childcare to recognise that they play a valuable role in safeguarding children. A s a Deputy Headteacher (pastoral) Ian has worked as a DSL and has has extensive experience of delivering safeguarding and leadership training including undertaking full safeguarding school audits with UK and International schools. His strategic work includes the development of safeguarding and child protection policies and procedures, as well as providing advice to head teachers, governors and designated safeguarding leads. Ian has also helped develop (and quality assured clear policies, and practice focused on school improvement and worked with others to monitor and evaluate their impact.

Date: Wed 10th May, 2023

01:30 pm – 02:00 pm (GMT)

Price: Free

Duration: 30-minutes