How schools can take a smarter, more connected approach to safeguarding  

According to the National Governance Association, 55% of schools across the country reported an increase in safeguarding concerns in 2023, and a study by the NSPCC and teaching union NASUWT found that 86% of teachers had noted an increase in low self-esteem among students, with 76% seeing an increase in depression.  

Teachers and school staff spend more time than most in direct contact with students; therefore, they have a moral requirement to prioritise safeguarding.   

But despite the best efforts of many, rising class numbers, overworked staff, less one-to-one time between teachers and students and reduced contact with parents make effective safeguarding more challenging than ever.   

  We are here to help. 

Download our guide and learn how your school can take a smarter approach. Discover insights, including:  

  • Keeping your students safe online   
  • Tackling bullying  
  • Safeguarding in out-of-school settings   
  • Effective information sharing  
  • The importance of centralised data  
  • Improving safeguarding within schools