Recent guidance from the Department for Education (DfE) clarifies that the childcare regulations, outlining who’s disqualified from providing childcare, do apply to childcare provided in a school setting.
Under current legal requirements around disqualification, every early years worker mustn’t have been disqualified from working with children, and every early years worker mustn’t be living with someone who’s been disqualified.
A checklist to consider before you begin to deal with your difficult working relationship.
If your employer dismisses you, they must have a fair reason for doing so
When a serious allegation of misconduct is made against you, your employer may, at its discretion, decide to suspend you
As a professional working in a school, you need to be aware that sometimes there are wider safeguarding consequences linked to your role.
New freedom for employers and employees to have confidential ‘off the record’ discussions about the employee leaving their employment on agreed terms
It's not the role of the school to investigate allegations unless initially advised to do so by the LADO
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