Our priority is to ensure our pupils are kept safe and know how to keep themselves away from harm.
We have two Designated Safeguarding Officers: Mrs Emma Hart Dyke (Head Teacher) and Mr Chris Marston (Deputy Head Teacher).
Our Governors with responsibility for Safeguarding are: Mrs Helen Smith (Vice-Chair) and Dr Chi Chi Ekhator (Parent Governor)
We use the PANTS guidance from the NSPCC to help children understand how to keep safe.
They learn that:
P - Privates are private
A - Always remember your body belongs to you
N - No means no
T - Talk about secrets that upset you
S - Speak up, someone can help
The guide below is to support parents when having those tricky conversations with their children about their body, keeping safe and what to do if they are made to feel worried or uncomfortable.
Our IT curriculum includes an element on E-Safety each term. A list of age restrictions for different aspects of social media.
Read the link here for details of age restrictions
Read the Safer Internet Presentation for Parents 2017 here
Our Policy on E-Safety can be found with the other school policies
To help parents to support us with this important aspect of the children's lives and to help your child to learn to use the web safely, there are some helpful leaflets and documents below:
|Home Office Internet Safety leaflet here|
|Cyber Bullying leaflet here|
|E-Safety leaflet here|
|Social Networking leaflet here|
|Facebook leaflet here|
|New Facebook Privacy Settings leaflet here|
|iPhone Parent Controls here|
|iPad Parent Controls here|
|iPod Touch Parent Controls here|
|Parent Guide to Kindle here|
|Parent Guide to Snapchat here|
|Parent Guide to Instagram here|
|PS4 Parent Controls here|
|XBox Parent Controls here|
|Update Parent Guide to Snapchat here|
In addition, explore these useful websites - www.thinkuknow.co.uk
I attach a Youtube link to Breck's story which I hope you will find helpful - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v…It is called: Lorin LaFave's Story- Breck Bednar-Online Child Safety>