‘This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all our children and expects our staff and volunteers to share this commitment’
Here we continue to add useful information from the Education & Early Start Safeguarding Team.
Below are links which we hope you find useful.
Leeds Safeguarding Children’s Board LSCB
Poster Campaign in Respect of Physical Chastisement
Please find attached a letter received today relating to e-safety in Leeds, please read, there are also useful links for keeping children safe. Please contact school should you have any concerns or questions around this. E Safety Incident Leeds
As part of our computing curriculum and safeguarding procedures we teach E-safety throughout school and our teaching ensures that we not only meet the expectations of the curriculum in this respect but that we actively respond to issues that arise due to rapidly developing technology. We follow advice from the Leeds Safeguarding Team and as explained at our e-safety parents’ evening in the autumn term, we use a range of websites to support our teaching and learning around e-safety. Links to some of these websites are shown below. Please encourage your child to talk to you about their learning around safeguarding in school.
Although much of the teaching around safeguarding is through discrete lessons, our school ethos, curriculum and policies ensures that we integrate safeguarding into everything we do.
Should you ever have any concerns or queries around safeguarding, please do not hesitate to contact one of the school’s designated safeguarding leads: Miss Milivojevic or Mrs Ward. Up to date information is regularly added to our school website under the safeguarding page. Please continue to visit our website regularly to ensure you receive up to date information.
The link below is a guide to internet safety and safe surfing for young people from Think U Know. Learn about online safety when using blogs, chatting, online gaming, P2P and other forms of media.
Children are told it’s good to share, but sharing too much online can be dangerous; we’ve got simple advice on keeping children safe on social networks. Follow the link below for more information.
The link below will take you to Childnet International, a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Tuesday 7th February 2017 is Safer Internet Day! Help make the internet a better place.
From Facebook and Instagram to Snapchat and Tumblr a simple no-nonsense guide for parents from NSPCC and O2 to the social media, apps and games that kids use. Please follow the link below.
NSPCC’s – Pants rules – Please find attached a letter covering what will be covered in PHSE lessons and guides on ‘the underwear rule ‘why it’s important and parents/carers ‘simple conversations to help keep your child safe’
Online Safety – Please see the attached letter and important facts for parents supplied from our PCSO Online Safety