April 30, 2011

CCT3 Safeguarding students– With feedback

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  1. Using the curriculum to safeguard pupils is difficult but can be done through experimenting and persistence as it can never be a fool-proof system. Everyone should keep their eyes open and it is important that all teachers work together to protect the pupils.
    Different schools have different approaches, and this has been good to see in discussions and other blogs.

    27 May 2011, 11:42


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