Keeping children safe in education

It’s 13 years since the horrific murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman forced a rethink of the roles schools play in safeguarding. Andrew Hall shows how safeguarding has become mainstream since those days and asks whether the government’s crusade against bureaucracy is turning the clock back.

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