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Church of England Primary School

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Safeguarding and online safety

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 Caroline Fitzgerald (SENCO) and Mr Chris Marston (Deputy Head Teacher).

Our Governors with responsibility for Safeguarding are: Mrs Helen Smith (Chair) hsmith156@suttonmail.org and Mrs Marion Williams (Foundation Governor) mwilliams211@suttonmail.org


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.

www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/advice-and-info/underwear-rule-guide-for-parents.pdf

Safeguarding and online safety

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 Caroline Fitzgerald (SENCO) and Mr Chris Marston (Deputy Head Teacher).

Our Governors with responsibility for Safeguarding are: Mrs Helen Smith (Chair) hsmith156@suttonmail.org and Mrs Marion Williams (Foundation Governor) mwilliams211@suttonmail.org


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.

www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/advice-and-info/underwear-rule-guide-for-parents.pdf

Online safety

It starts with a conversation:

Talking to children about what they are doing online is a great way to understand the internet. It allows us to be involved in another part of children's lives which at times can be quite private. We also get a great insight into children's online behaviour, we can see what's new, what's good/bad and in turn we can make it our duty to research further on the back of these conversations. We're also more likely to spot if something is going wrong online. Take the opportunity to engage with your child to understand more about the internet.Our Computing curriculum includes an element on E-Safety each term

Our Policy on Online Safety can be found with the other School Policies

E-Safety Evening for Parents January 2019 PowerPoint

Child Online Safety guidance for Parents January 2019

Age Restrictions on Social Media
Read the link here for details of age restrictions

Safer Internet Resources for Parents


Mental Health & Wellbeing Resources
Life in School during lockdown - a child's perspective
 Top Ten Tips Guide for Parent/Carers and Pupils
Childline Calm Zone.

A great collection of activities and tools to use with children to develop a culture of calm.

 Public Health England Guidance

for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The guidance contains several helpful sections for the wellbeing of young people in quarantine. They include details of how children and young people of different ages may react to stress and addresses specifically the needs of SEND pupils.

Communication is vital; the acknowledgement of loss, honesty of the unknown, recognition of anxieties, a focus on the positive and emphasising that change is a part of life can help support good mental health:

To support our school’s vision and ethos; the school identity is rich and secure.

  • Seven Days of Kindness Calendar - it can be adapted to represent one of our values
  • Kindness Matters – Mental Health Foundation animation promotes the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, including being kind to one’s self.

Reflective moments built into a curriculum will teach emotional literacy and help everyone think about their feelings and acknowledge their anxiety. It’s best to have a few strategies to release a feeling of empowerment rather than a huge number that can then feel overwhelming.

10 Ways for Parents to Help Their Children Cope with Change

Support for families pack
Parent resources
Support services for parents

Safeguarding Resources

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

Roblox Advice Feb 18

In addition, explore these useful websites - www.thinkuknow.co.uk

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/hectorsworld

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/jessie-and-friends-videos/

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/

Here is a Youtube link to Breck's story which I hope you will find helpful - It is called: Lorin LaFave's Story: Lorin LaFave's Story- Breck Bednar-Online Child Safety

Online Safety at Home Packs



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