"The arrangements for safeguarding are effective. Pupils are taught how to keep themselves safe.
They know that staff will listen to them if they have any worries or concerns.
Pupils know that they must not disclose private information when using the internet and social media applications.
Staff are regularly trained and updated in safeguarding. This helps them to be alert to the possible signs of neglect or abuse.
They understand the importance of reporting all concerns quickly.
Leaders keep detailed records of their timely actions to safeguard pupils.
Where required, leaders work effectively with a range of outside agencies to help keep vulnerable pupils safe."
Please see our E-Safety page for guidance on how to keep children safe on-line.
Parents and Carers Toolkit
The internet provides a space for children and young people to communicate, explore, laugh and learn. There are lots of ways parents and carers can support them in doing these things safely.
This toolkit provides three resources that offer practical tips and advice on different aspects of keeping your child safe online. They can help support parents and carers of any age child to start discussions about their online life, to set boundaries around online behaviour and technology use, and to find out where to get more help and support.
The toolkit and other resources can be downloaded by following the link below. Alternatively, key documents can be found in our saved files below.
Drug and Alcohol Support
Domestic Abuse Support