Frequently asked questions
The KCSIE (Keeping Children Safe in Education) document, is a piece of statutory guidance that contains staffs legal duties. “The above persons should ensure that all staff in their school or college read at least Part one of this guidance.” - KCSIE
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 applies to all educational institutes, this includes:
- Free schools
- Specialised schools
- Primary schools
- Secondary schools
- Pupil referral units
Yes. In the UK, all schools are subject to a Food Standards Agency (FSA) inspection.
All those working within an educational institution, regardless of their role, must complete Safeguarding Training. However, depending on their role, there are different levels of safeguarding training required.
Errors in administering medication can have devastating effects. Always remember the Six Rights of Administration - they go as follows:
- Right Person
- Right Medicine
- Right Dose
- Right Time
- Right Route
- The right to refuse
White papers & guides
Documents & other resources
Steps to Safer Recruitment. This shows the 14 steps to safer recruitment, right from the planning stage, through to the induction and probationary period.
A little reminder of the most common symptoms of a mild or moderate allergic reaction, so you know what to look out for in a child with allergies.