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15/08/19

Well done to Emily who has secured an apprenticeship in Data Analysis with ⁦ https://t.co/piMmHY8Fr0

15/08/19

Huge congratulations to Xavier, heading to Warwick to read engineering & Raphael to Manchester to read politics & philosophy https://t.co/ZTN9JN5mIk

15/08/19

Congratulations to all of our students collecting their results today. We wish you all the very best - keep in touch!

15/08/19

Congratulations to Reuben who achieved A* A* A A & will be reading Economics at Warwick & Jules who achieved A* A A & will be reading automotive engineering at Loughborough https://t.co/FoRHlk6IjU

15/08/19

Well done to Destiny! Has secured a degree led apprenticeship with ⁦ https://t.co/HzFCXnKoL5

15/08/19

Good luck to all our amazing, hardworking students as they pickup their A Level results today.

14/08/19

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Good luck to our students tomorrow who are getting their !! https://t.co/9ECVzS11BD

22/07/19

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Stunning run by the U13 mixed 4x100m team. Finishing a close 2nd. https://t.co/6S2lEFcs6i

22/07/19

Well done!! Maths & Commerce Winners https://t.co/PyoApfKxhV

22/07/19

Well done to Science & Tech, winners of the year 10 shuttle relay ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ https://t.co/PepPciT72Z

22/07/19

Sports Day in full swing https://t.co/Udf4BFyCi4

20/07/19

Retweetd From HCACP PE

What a day! https://t.co/PTQ9IkI5Kh

20/07/19

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The U15 boys 4x200m team being announced to the https://t.co/886GmN75vv

20/07/19

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What a fantastic experience for the relay teams today . Thanks for making it possible! https://t.co/vRYbBrtWSK

18/07/19

Retweetd From HCACP PE

A thoroughly enjoyable day at the London Stadium for the Borough connect relays. Pleased to announce all teams have qualified for Saturdays final prior to the meeting. https://t.co/UvSS5RWAcK

18/07/19

Grease is SOLD OUT. All tickets have been sold for our performance tonight. if you have not already purchased a ticket as unfortunately you will not be able to watch the show. https://t.co/LZ0qvszFBm

18/07/19

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All set and ready to go for the borough connect relays at the . Good luck to all students. https://t.co/zVnuJRCYvK

17/07/19

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Well done to all staff and students for securing the gold mark for the second successive year. https://t.co/WxkzKDj0mT

17/07/19

Retweetd From HCACP PE

Well done to Abdullah and Aurel who were part of the U14 winning team. https://t.co/tII0dY2apU

16/07/19

Lets hear it for the back room boys. Preparing for the amazing production of at HCACP. Opens tomorrow. https://t.co/a2ilqhPEk6

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Safeguarding Workshop Series (Peer on Peer Workshop, Understanding Contextual Safeguarding in Schools, Domestic Abuse Awareness, Gangs and Child Exploitation, Recognising and Responding to Neglect)

If you sign up to all five workshops the cost is £240

 

These Workshops will be led by Catherine Irving who is a qualified Social Worker and NSPCC trained child protection trainer, with over 20 years’ experience across social care, education, children’s centres, charities and residential establishments.

Catherine has held both senior and front-line roles within local authorities, schools and children’s centres including leading safeguarding in schools.

Catherine is passionate about supporting others with their safeguarding and child protection responsibilities.

 

Peer-on-peer abuse workshop

Cost:              £60pp

Date:               Wednesday 2 October 2019

Time:              10am – 1pm

This workshop aims to develop knowledge of the different types of peer-on-peer abuse and extend participants’ skills in identifying and intervening at an early stage with children and young people at risk. In addition, participants will learn how respond to disclosures and to develop and implement preventative strategies within school.

 

Understanding Contextual Safeguarding in Schools

Cost:              £60pp

Date:               Friday 18 October 2019

Time:              10am – 1pm

This workshop aims to develop an understanding of contextual safeguarding. Participants will explore risks to children and young people beyond the family and learn how they can develop a contextual safeguarding approach to prevention, identification, assessment and intervention within school.

 

Domestic Abuse Awareness

Cost:              £60pp

Date:               Thursday 7 November 2019

Time:              10am – 1pm

This workshop aims to increase understanding and awareness of domestic abuse through refreshing participants knowledge of the different forms of domestic abuse and risks to and effects of domestic abuse on children and young people. The session will cover domestic abuse between adult partners, within teenage relationships and child to adult. Participants will explore common signs, reasons why there may be few or no signs, and barriers to disclosure.

 

Gangs and Child Criminal Exploitation

Cost:              £60pp

Date:               Fri 22 Nov 2019

Time:              10am – 1pm

Through this workshop, participants will develop an understanding of what gangs are, and the national picture and trends in relation to gangs and youth violence. Participants will explore risk factors, reasons why young people join gangs, the role of young women and girls and how to recognise early intervention opportunities.

 

Recognising and responding to neglect

Cost:              £60pp

Date:               Fri 24 Jan 2020

Time:              10am – 1pm

Neglect is the most common form of abuse experienced by children and young people in England. In 2018, national figures showed that of the 53,790 children subject to a Child Protection Plan, 48% were under the category of neglect. Staff within schools are in ideal positions to recognise neglect in its early stages.

This workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of neglect in its different forms, why it happens, and to recognise the impact it can have on children and young people’s lives. Participants will explore common signs and learn appropriate responses. In addition, this workshop will identify challenges, which exist for schools when recognising and responding to child neglect.

 

To request to book the above course please email: HCACP@harristeachingschool.com