Admissions, equality act, attendance and punctuality, safer recruitment, guest speakers, e safety covering, computers, mobiles, cameras, photography, computer tracking on a weekly basis, behaviour policy, restraint, whistleblowing, British values, SRE, children missing education, code of conduct. digital policy Then recognising signs of physical, emotional and sexual abuse, neglect, peer to peer and child to child abuse, CSE. I would expect an applicant to refer to at least a dozen areas where safeguarding comes into play if they asked.
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I'm still a lil confused wht kinda questions will b asked where u will have to refer to your knowledge of this?
I can only think of the intray situations tht they giv u Would the following answer be appropriate....
What tools do you use to manage your own workload, or that of others?
What would you do if a parent rang up asking for information relating to their child?
Just to say impressions count and they will remember u for the future.
Also don't let it put u off if there are 3 or more interviewers.....
I had 4 in a tiny office for a 6hr a week job very random!
Good luck Hi, I have an interview for a school admin position next week. staff training and the LA Grey book for dealing with allegations.
I had to type up a letter to be sent to parents, the draft from the head contained mistakes such as year on the date and spelling errors, remember to use the spell checker and review all parts before handing in.
Explain that u are able to muliti task and you are able to be VERY confidential at all times, esp if u have children at the same school.
You can also search for makaton symbols as we used the symbols and the signing together often.