Supporting Learners through Online Enrichment
In the modern digital world, our attention is constantly being pulled in different directions, and young people are exposed to a number of potential risks and temptations as they enter adulthood. As a result educating and safeguarding young people has never been so important, and more than ever providers are taking a holistic approach to their curriculum by educating young people on topics such as Mental Health, Citizenship, Online Safety, Health & Safety, Social Media Awareness and British Values.
Ofsted has reaffirmed its commitment to safeguarding learners in the new Education Inspection Framework. As well as safeguarding arrangements, they will be looking at how well the curriculum equips learners with the knowledge and skills required to keep them safe and prepare them for life in modern Britain. A part of this is the new Personal Development Judgement, which looks at the opportunities learners have to develop their confidence, resilience and knowledge throughout their learning journey.
In an exclusive Ascentis article, Education guru Beej Kaczmarczyk of e-Memoir, has given advice on how to meet Ofsted’s requirements and safeguard learners…