Safeguarding

Child Protection

The child protection policy provides an overview of the school’s position and arrangements in respect of child protection; it makes clear the school’s commitment to the development of good practice and sound procedures. The document also provides clear direction to staff and others about expected codes of behaviour in dealing with child protection issues to ensure that child protection concerns and referrals are handled sensitively, professionally and in ways which prioritise the needs of the child

To view the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy click here

Anti-Bullying

Our school anti bullying policy

Read the policy here.

Online Safety and Social Media

Please click here to read the School E-safety Policy.

Parent Information and support.

START HEREClick here for specific information on the different Social Media sites children are likely to be using.

E-Safety Parent Support Letter  – March 2018

Please click here to access the support letter issued to all parents as a part of our E-Safety work in school during Feb/March 2018.

Know It all

Please click here to access this super e-safety website with lots of information for parents on all e-safety related topics.

You Tube Guidance

Please click here for our school guidance document on You Tube.

What is Facebook?

Please click here for a pdf guide for parents explaining everything you might want to know about Facebook.

What is Instagram?

Please click here for a pdf guide for parents explaining everything you might want to know about Instagram.

What is Snapchat?

Please click here and here to find guides for parents explaining everything you might want to know about Snapchat.

What is Twitter?

Please click here for a pdf Parent’s Guide to Twitter.

KidSmart

Please click here to access this good general site on e-safety with activities for parents and children. Some of these resources were used for our E-Safety/Safer Internet Day this year.

 

Support for children.

Childline

Designed for children. Go here if you need someone to talk to and you don’t think you can discuss it with parents or other trusted adults.

Lockdown

‘Lockdown’ should be seen as a sensible and proportionate response to any external or internal incident which has the potential to pose a threat to the safety of staff and pupils in the school. The main aim of the procedures is to ensure that all pupils and adults are kept as safe as possible inside the school building.

To read the full policy click here