Safeguarding Children in Education Quiz
Test Your Knowledge of Safeguarding Children
If you work in education, whether early years, primary, secondary or further education, then you have a responsibility to safeguard students. Teachers are often best placed to identify signs of abuse and neglect, which is why it’s so important that you have an understanding of what to look out for and when to report your concerns. How good is your awareness of safeguarding children in education? Try our quiz to find out!
When should you report a concern about FGM?
What is the name of the strategy that aims to help stop students being drawn into terrorism?
Being secretive, having an older boyfriend/girlfriend and having expensive new possessions may be indicators of what?
Which one of the following is an example of bullying behaviour?
If a student discloses information about abuse to you, what should you do?
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