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The Bristol Guide keeps you up to date with the fast changes in educational legislation and is an essential handbook for education professionals that: •Offers a compact, comprehensive and credible guide to the English education system •Outlines education professionals’ duties, legal responsibilities and rights, including data protection, safeguarding and equality •Summarises the curriculum, examination and inspection systems •Provides clear links to further information

The Bristol Guide keeps you up to date with the fast changes in educational legislation and is an essential handbook for education professionals that: •Offers a compact, comprehensive and credible guide to the English education system •Outlines education professionals’ duties, legal responsibilities and rights, including data protection, safeguarding and equality •Summarises the curriculum, examination and inspection systems •Provides clear links to further information
Child protection in education - guidance on teachers' statutory responsibilities, duties and rights.
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Child protection in education - guidance on teachers' statutory responsibilities, duties and rights.

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This extract from the Handbook for Education Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2018/19 covers safeguarding, child welfare and managing those working with children. Sections in the extract include: Child protection; Safeguarding: overview; Local authority, school and teacher responsibilities; Recognising child abuse; Procedures in cases of suspected child abuse; Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs); Management and oversight of allegations against those working with children; Safeguarding training; Recruitment, selection and pre-employment vetting; Proposed changes to the statutory guidance documents and Data protection. The complete handbook gives general advice on the law and professional responsibilities, duties and rights for all professionals working with children and young people in England. The complete guide is also available in print and as an interactive eBook, for further information see: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/expertiseandresources/bristolguide/ It is an essential resource for initial teacher training (ITT) students working towards their qualified teacher status (QTS). It also helps newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and more experienced teachers have an ‘understanding of, and always act within, the statutory frameworks which set out their professional duties and responsibilities’ Teachers’ Standards. Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) and Teaching Assistants (TAs) working towards HLTA status will find the guide invaluable in developing knowledge of how ‘other frameworks that support the development and well-being of children and young people impact upon their practice’ HTLA Professional Standards. We endeavour to ensure that the Handbook for Education Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2018/19 provides up to date information throughout. All information presented in this publication and extracts of were correct at the time of writing.
Equality and inclusion in education - guidance on teachers' statutory responsibilities and rights.
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Equality and inclusion in education - guidance on teachers' statutory responsibilities and rights.

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This extract from the Handbook for Education Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2018/19 covers discrimination, school exclusion, school admissions and pupil consultation. Sections in the extract include: Equality and inclusion: overview; Inclusion in the national curriculum; Special educational needs (SEN); Support for more academically able pupils; School exclusion arrangements; Pupils in Alternative Provision (AP): right to full-time education for non-excluded pupils; Admissions and appeals: statutory guidance for schools, and Listening to and involving children and young people. The complete handbook gives general advice on the law and professional responsibilities, duties and rights for all professionals working with children and young people in England. The complete guide is also available in print and as an interactive eBook, for further information see:http://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/expertiseandresources/bristolguide/ It is an essential resource for initial teacher training (ITT) students working towards their qualified teacher status (QTS). It also helps newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and more experienced teachers have an ‘understanding of, and always act within, the statutory frameworks which set out their professional duties and responsibilities’ Teachers’ Standards. Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) and Teaching Assistants (TAs) working towards HLTA status will find the guide invaluable in developing knowledge of how ‘other frameworks that support the development and well-being of children and young people impact upon their practice’ HTLA Professional Standards. We endeavour to ensure that the Handbook for Education Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2018/19 provides up to date information throughout. All information presented in this publication and extracts of were correct at the time of writing.
Pupil safety and well-being in education - guidance on teachers' statutory responsibilities & rights
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Pupil safety and well-being in education - guidance on teachers' statutory responsibilities & rights

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This extract the Handbook for Education Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2018/19 covers behaviour policy, drugs in schools, health and safety, and school trips. Sections in the extract include: Pupil safety and well-being; Bullying: overview and statutory framework; Bullying: definitions and intervention; Drug advice for schools: overview; The role of schools; Prevention and intervention; Health and Safety for schools: overview; Assessing and managing risks; Tackling myths about legal action; Employer and employee duties; Issues related to school trips, and Power to bar abusive parents. The complete handbook gives general advice on the law and professional responsibilities, duties and rights for all professionals working with children and young people in England. The complete guide is also available in print and as an interactive eBook, for further information see: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/expertiseandresources/bristolguide/ It is an essential resource for initial teacher training (ITT) students working towards their qualified teacher status (QTS). It also helps newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and more experienced teachers have an ‘understanding of, and always act within, the statutory frameworks which set out their professional duties and responsibilities’ Teachers’ Standards. Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) and Teaching Assistants (TAs) working towards HLTA status will find the guide invaluable in developing knowledge of how ‘other frameworks that support the development and well-being of children and young people impact upon their practice’ HTLA Professional Standards. We endeavour to ensure that the Handbook for Education Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2018/19 provides up to date information throughout. All information presented in this publication and extracts of were correct at the time of writing.