Safeguarding for parents

To read more about how we keep children safe, parents and carers can find our full Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy, and our Online Safety Policy, on our Policies Page. Parents should feel free to come and talk to staff about any safeguarding concerns at any time. You can talk to any member of our team, and/or our safeguarding leads. 


Resources for Parents/Carers: keeping children safe


Parents' Pack for PANTS message The NSPCC has now provided a pack for parents to use to support their PANTS campaign.

The NSPCC have also teamed up with award-winning animators, Aardman to create a free app, for both android and iOS, featuring the Panatsorus characters. There are four mini games where players test their skills against Pantosaurus. 

Find on Google Play   Find on Apple App Store 


Clever Never Goes - Police & Crime Commissioner Campaign to help prevent child abduction.


Supporting children after terrorist incidents



Keeping Children Safe Online


The links below are intended to provide parents and carers with additional resources to support online safety at home and at school. You can also visit our Online Safety page for further advice and information about how we are helping to keep your child safe online.   

Worried about online sexual abuse? Or worried about the way someone has been communicating with you or your child online? You can make a report to Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)

Keeping Children Safe Online - Useful advice and resources from the NSPCC. Parents can also contact the free NSPCC Online Safety Helpline with any questions or concerns on 0808 800 5002

PARENT ZONE offers information to help parents and carers understand the digital world and raise resilient children. If there's a particular app or website that you're concerned about, Parent Zone can create a simple guide with messaging for teachers, pupils and staff. Email with your suggestions.

DITTO Online safety magazine - a free online safety magazine from e-safety advisor Alan Mackenzie.

Net Newbie or a Net Master? Take this quick quiz and put your knowledge to the test. 

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