Christina is an experienced Head of Safeguarding and subject matter expert within safeguarding children and adults who has held senior strategic roles within large, complex organisations serving vast demographic populations. A strong leader, Christina has delivered and embedded robust safeguarding systems, processes and procedures through the provision of sound expertise, knowledge and direction. She has positively driven transformational change, dynamism, pace and passion, whilst motivating, innovating and empowering the wider workforce, public and society to make sure every contact counts, striving for excellence in safeguarding.See more from Christina Leath
Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse: What It Means for Schools and Colleges
This webinar will provide headteachers, leaders, governors, DSLs and DDSLs with an expert’s overview and insights into the findings of the inquiry into child sexual abuse – highlighting the panel’s key findings and suggestions for change, and what they will mean for schools and colleges.
Webinar duration: 60 minutes (approx.)
This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders, governors, DSLs and DDSLs with an expert’s overview and insights into the findings of the inquiry into child sexual abuse – highlighting the panel’s key findings and suggestions for change, and what they will mean for schools and colleges.
On 20 October, the Home Office published the final report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). Some seven years in production, the inquiry has been investigating whether public bodies – and other non-state institutions have fulfilled their duty of care. The publication of the report itself will clearly have a significant impact on schools and colleges, while its conclusions will exert an even greater influence if they are subsequently approved by government and become law.
In this webinar, Christina Leath – an experienced subject matter expert on safeguarding – offers practical guidance on what schools and colleges can do immediately to ensure that their safeguarding provision aligns with the best-practice observations made throughout the report.