There are eight free quizzes available within the app.
- One is a taster quiz that gives a sample of all of the other quizzes
- The other free quiz is a general knowledge safeguarding quiz for all staff. A helpful refresher
- The third quiz is a sample quiz that reflects the changes for staff as a result of the 2018 and 2019 issue of 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' (KCSIE)
- Annex A contains more detailed information from Part One of KCSIE, the section all staff should read. This quiz gives you a sample of free questions that develops further understanding of Part One. Licences enable access to the full quiz
- A free quiz about acronyms help everyone with the complexity of the many acronyms that exist in the world of safeguarding
- There is a free sample quiz on Part one of 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' (KCSIE). This is helpful for all staff and checks their knowledge of this key document
- NEW! COVID-19 - what safeguarding implications are there due to the unprecedented changes in daily school life - this is a free quiz.. This quiz was primarily written for the events in summer 2020 - however, it will still apply IF your schools re-enters partial closure due to a lcal lockdown. NEW!
- The final free quiz is what does OFSTED look for - what do they use for reference? What is a myth and what is true?
There are a number of quizzes that you can buy licences to access.
- One new quiz available is the changes due to the DRAFT 2020 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. This is about the changes that leaders and staff need to be aware of and called 2020 changes.
- The admin quiz covers general safer recruitment and safeguarding. For example, is an expired driving licence acceptable for identification purposes?
- Whereas the enhanced quiz takes the knowledge required to the next level for admin staff. For example, do all staff require checks on disqualification?
- The leaders quiz focuses on information that leaders might need to know around the ethos, culture and principles of safeguarding.
- A governors quiz focuses on what a governor needs to know to undertake their role correctly. For example, how does a governor know if the single central record is accurate?
- Two quizzes support the knowledge of inexperienced teachers or students and develop their grasp of 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'.
- Also, what do the 2018 and 2019 changes mean for leaders? What were the key implications? This quiz is simply called 2018 and 2019 changes... Plus the changes for all staff is another quiz.
- A new government document on online safety raises the profile and importance of this key aspect of safeguarding. How much do your staff know? How confident are leaders?
- Clearly, the most important part of 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' is Part One. This quiz gives an overview of the key points to this.
- Annex A is the back up to Part One and it is suggested that staff should read Annex A to support their knowledge of safeguarding. Our quiz summarises key parts of Annex A.
- A new quiz is the responsibilities of governors for online safety. What do you have to ensure is in place? How can you tell if it is effective? P
- Also new, is a quiz to check and support staff awareness of gangs. Who are the elders? Would you recognise the signs of a child influenced by gangs?
- There are also two new quizzes on the Prevent Duty and what this means for school staff. What is Channel? Who is responsible? Who are extremists?