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Safeguarding and Internet Safety

Please click here for access to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre for E Safety Advice.

Other useful sites;

Using your XBox


CEOP - Think you Know


Childnet Parent Pamphlet

e-Safety guidance for Parents


United Learning Useful Resources for Parents​​​​​

Internet Matters

Share Aware - Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.
Online safety - Helpful advice and tools you can use to help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online.
Keeping children safe - Find out how you can keep children safe from abuse and other dangers, both online and in the physical world.
Sexting: advice for parents - How to talk to your child about the risks of sexting – and what you can do to protect them
Parent Zone - Brilliant resources with a wide range of support on all aspects of online safety from parent zone.

NSPCC Online Advice

Rocket League

Netflix Guide for Parents

Our Safeguarding Policy States

Children are encouraged to use the internet as much as is possible but at all times in a safe way. Parents are asked to give permission for their children to use the internet on entry to the school. Parents must sign an appropriate usage form to ensure that they understand the risks and sanctions relating to misuse of the system in and beyond the school. If staff know of misuse, either by a teacher, staff member, volunteer or child, the issues must be reported to a member of the school's safeguarding team (Mr Mike Bowen, Mrs Keely Pugh, Mrs Dawn Kefford, Mrs Kelly Bromley or Mr Jim Hartley). The school's Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Mike Bowen.

Click here to view the Safeguarding Policy

Portsmouth Safeguarding Children's Board



How To Make A Bully (From Scratch) - Video for parents

Bullying is one of the most misunderstood features of behaviour. Bullies are created by a specific life-path we can reroute at any stage when we know the road signs to look for along the way.
This video supports parents to understand the concept of bullying and also support them to help their child to deal with issues they may have. A crucial element is helping children to feel valued as well as connected to the people around them.

How To Make A Bully Video


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