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This webinar explored key and emerging safeguarding themes and considered how best to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people in relation to the contemporary risks.
This webinar provided a strong introduction to the basics of marketing planning and strategy to enable you to drive boarding numbers within your school. Understanding the admissions journey for prospective families helps you scrutinise your processes and improve the customer journey, increasing conversion rates and the brand reputation of your school.
This seminar gave schools and pastoral leaders practical ideas relating to mental health and wellbeing in relation to international students looking at specific ideas for both the school day and more specificly to their boarding lives too.
This webinar, delivered for BSA by Educate & Celebrate, aimed to empower participants to confidently plan class, boarding house or whole school activities and events around LGBT+ History Month (February) and other key dates.
This webinar used several safeguarding case studies, with each scenario being discussed in detail.
Delivered by Patrick Foster, Director, EPIC Risk Management and former professional cricketer, insurance broker and independent school teacher. He told how his life was torn to shreds by his pathological gambling addiction.
Drawing on these experiences, and the work he has done to help others since, Patrick’s talk shone a spotlight on gambling, online gaming and the power of being self-aware. He explored the increasingly blurred lines between gambling and gaming, helped young people recognise signs in themselves and others, and explored the impact that these things can have on mental health and areas of life.
This webinar highlighted the importance of a self-awareness of personal and collective resilience and wellbeing and delivered some thoughts and strategies on developing this. During the webinar, delegates were equipped with a workplace resilience and wellbeing framework to apply to their lives.
The webinar gave an overview of how to support international students in boarding schools both in the UK and internationally. it covered strategies for teaching students whose first language is not English, pastoral strategies for integrating international students into the boarding house and ideas for whole school EAL policies.
Responding to and managing concerns and allegations appropriately is an essential process and responsibility. From ensuring that the whole organisation community are aware of the processes and cultural/behavioural expectations relating to safeguarding and child protection, to managing difficult conversations and making referrals to external agencies, it is important to get this right and keep all safeguarding person-centric. This webinar provided an overview of the core topics relating to responding to concerns and allegations.
This webinar looked at the safeguarding and mental health issues international students face,how to assess the needs of your school and the impact of an audit and action plan.
This webinar was collated in response to schools’ increased interest in having animals on site to support children and young people, be it medical or emotional support. It addressed some of the practicalities when considering this addition to the school community. Historically, many schools have welcomed animals on site and the “house pet” is a common feature, but what must we have in place to meet the law and guidance and welcome support animals into the community officially?
This webinar took delegates through the latest developments, recommendations and actions relating to ensuring excellent safeguarding and child protection provision in their schools. Focusing notably on boarding schools and the boarding community, the session covered areas that Governors should be focusing their interest and oversight on to ensure that policy is built into practice and culture.
This webinar, delivered by AnxietyUK, provided tips, techniques and tools that can be used by individuals to prioritise and look after their mental wellbeing and address symptoms of anxiety, but also be passed on to those around us, be it those we’re supporting professionally, colleagues, friends or family.
This webinar provided an overview of key sponsor duties and compliance requirements. Delegates gained a broad understanding of their responsibilities and were signposted to key documents critical to recruiting international students.
This webinar explained how culture has been defined and how it is being redefined. It provided some tools to evaluate your school culture, developed an awareness of critical perspectives on culture and identity and demonstrated how to develop a school-wide culture where international students can build positive identities
This webinar looked at why school nursing standards are so varied and inconsistent. It covers the law, guidance, NMC code of conduct and insurance criteria that govern where we should be. Lastly it looked at formal models of supervision, how this can ensure best practice, raise the standards, how you can access this and, crucially, where this fits into the role of the school nurse.
This webinar, led jointly by Hieda and SAPHNA, covered professional indemnity relating to the medical centre and medical workforce, how to assess that the care given is of a high standard, regulations to be adhered to in inspections to excel, and also discussed the measures required to ensure best practice is being provided to the school community by its medical provision.
Sacpa, in association with Marcus Erooga, independent safeguarding expert and contributor to the Inquiry, ran this webinar to share initial thoughts about the report and highlight key areas of focus for residential schools to reflect on, develop and improve their practices.
This webinar considered some of the key principles around developing and reviewing safeguarding policies and procedures in organisations, and how to relate these to relevant guidance and legislation. There was also be consideration of how to conduct and record a safeguarding risk assessment appropriate to the circumstances within the setting.
This interactive, resource filled training workshop provided solutions to poor behaviour management, with a range of supporting coping mechanisms for stress and anger. Practical, confidence building tools and techniques install positive self-identity, increase personal resilience, and provide a clear foundation of life skills for happy, healthy pupils.
This webinar explored how to understand and evaluate the safeguarding “culture” in schools. It considered how to develop and promote appropriate practice and to evaluate the key indicators.
This webinar explored nutrition in the normal child and teenager to promote healthy growth and development, and then identified the changes that need to be considered when individuals are participating at an elite level of sport. It covered boosting performance and recovery, hydration, sleep, as well as how to manage exceptions of all involved, particularly where illness and injury are concerned.
The termly ‘Looking back, looking forward’ webinar, presented by BSA Group Chief Executive Robin Fletcher, provided an update on developments from the current term on the sector and headlines from the boarding sector ‘in tray’ to consider what’s happened and what we’ve learned from these developments and events. In reflecting on what the term has taught us, Robin also considered what we could be considering and implementing as we move into the next term, to ensure that boarding excellence is constantly striven for, and BSA Group members are core to the development of the boarding, and indeed education, sector as a whole.