If you are worried about a child, our school's Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Mrs J Wright and our Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are Mr O Slack & Mrs E Russell.
Our Safeguarding Policies can be found on our Policies and Documents page.
If you would like to arrange a one-to-one appointment, please contact our office.
Our Annual Safeguarding Audit can be found below:
Our Safeguarding Policy can be accessed here:
As children are spending more time than ever online we need to do everything we can to keep them safe in this digital world. You don’t need to be an expert to make a difference.
- Talk to your children about their Internet use. Your involvement is the best way of keeping them safe.
- Share the Top Tips for Staying Safe in this booklet with your children.
- Be Positive! The Internet is a fantastic resource for learning, communication and having fun. Just like in the real world, you need to take a few sensible precautions.
- Try not to overreact! This could simply make your child secretive about their Internet use and make it harder to talk.
- Remember that this safety advice also applies to going online with a mobile phone.
- If you decide to use software to filter or monitor information from the Internet, talk this over with your child. Any ground rules you agree will be much more effective.
- Locate computers in a family room (though this may not be realistic with teenagers, who guard their privacy!).
Make Sure Your Child Knows the Most Important Safety Messages of All
- Never go alone to meet someone you have met online.
- Never reveal any personal contact details.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) is a government backed agency dedicated to keeping children safe on the internet. To find out more, visit: www.ceop.gov.uk
To access the CEOP online safety centre that provides advice and tips to adults and children of all ages, visit: www.thinkuknow.co.uk
To offer some further help, we have detailed below a variety of information which we hope you find useful.