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The following news was published in July 2019. For other headlines, please browse the archive.

16/07/19: From 2 September 2019 the revised Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2019 guidance is in place. Are your school's safeguarding policies up-to-date and published on the website?
16/07/19: DfE has published its healthy schools rating scheme, a self-assessment tool which has been designed to help schools improve the health and wellbeing of pupils.
16/07/19: ESFA has published the Academies Financial Handbook 2019effective from 1 September 2019.
16/07/19: NSPCCs 2019 report How Safe are our Children? concentrates on online safety and the risks that children face.
16/07/19: A primary school in London has introduced a series of innovative measures to improve pupils' mental wellbeing.
16/07/19: Young people can need more help than previous generations in being independent when they leave home, Education Secretary Damian Hinds says. He has announced the launch of new workshops from September to support the teaching of young people about living independently, managing money and dealing with conflict.
03/07/19: From 2 September 2019 the revised Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2019 guidance will be in place. Until that date, schools must continue to have regard to KCSIE 2018.
03/07/19: Ofsted has published inspection methodology for Inspecting the Curriculum as well as the research evidence underpinning their new education inspection framework.
03/07/19: A report from the OECD think tank shows that schools in England are more likely to face problems with pupils bullying online and misusing social media than in any other developed country.
03/07/19: DfE has published a new guidance document Teaching online safety in school. It is recommended that this is read together with Education for a Connected World (UKCIS 2018).

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