The MAT Safeguarding Challenge: Adopting a Strategic Approach

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MAT Webinar

A vital session discussing the unique safeguarding challenges being faced by senior leaders in MATs and the importance of taking a strategic approach to improve practice and embed consistency in a multi-academy setting.

The Webinar Covers
  • The importance of contextual safeguarding and the use of data for strategic planning, monitoring and reporting
  • Using best practice to ensure consistency across academies
  • Navigating the growing demands on MATs and realising expansion aims
  • Standardising and communicating policies and procedures
  • Preparation for Ofsted's inspection recommendations
For MAT Senior Leaders

A free event for MAT senior leaders including CEOs, COOs, Head DSLs, Executive Head Teachers, Lead Safeguarding Leads/Directors, MAT Business Managers, Designated Trustees/Directors of safeguarding, Chairs of MAT boards and Operational DSLs.

Our Hosts

The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP)

A growing UK multi-academy trust of eleven primary schools, five secondary schools and one teaching school, with more than 9,000 students and over 1,000 members of staff. Hear from Sue Bailey, MAT Safeguarding Lead for The ATLP, who will dissect the safeguarding challenges the organisation faces, the invaluable lessons presented, and how The ATLP effectively record, monitor and report on concerns with the adoption of systems such as MyConcern, and multi-site overview tools such as Clarity.

Mike Glanville

Mike Glanville, the Chief Safeguarding Officer for The Safeguarding Company will highlight the benefits of a contextual safeguarding approach and how data can be used to support effective planning.

This webinar was recorded live on the 10th of June 2021.

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