CEOP is here to keep children safe from sexual abuse and grooming online.
You can make a report directly to the CEOP Safety Centre by clicking on the Click CEOP button if something has happened online which has made you feel unsafe, scared or worried.
This might be from someone you know in real life, or someone you have only ever met online. CEOP take all reports seriously and we will do everything we can to keep you safe. As well as making a report to the CEOP Safety Centre, the CEOP Education website has information and advice to help you if something has happened to you online.
Are you being bullied? CEOP are unable to respond to reports about bullying but if you’re being bullied and would like to talk to someone in confidence right now you can speak to Childline on 0800 1111 or talk to them online – no worry is too big or too small.
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Safeguarding is everyone’s business, and we take the safeguarding of our pupils very seriously.
In school, Nicola Foulds - Head Teacher - is our Designated Safeguarding Lead.
Here you will find a range of useful guides, especially for parents, on a range of safeguarding issues. Our latest policy is available by clicking on the attachment at the bottom of this page. You can also get a copy of any of this information from the school office.
A website called ‘Educate against hate‘ is designed to offer practical advice and information for parents, teachers and school leaders about extremism and radicalisation. The website has been created with consultation from organisations such as Childnet and the UK Safer Internet Centre, and includes information on; warning signs of danger, steps concerned parents can take and will have advice regarding preventing all forms of extremism, including, for example, far-right views.
Listed below are some websites where you can get more advice, information or support.
From how to cope with tantrums, talking to children about race, or discussing bullying and mental health, being a parent these days can be challenging. That's why the NSPCC provides free information and resources for parents and families: www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/support-for-parents/
If you want to find out more about the apps children are using the NSPCC has an epic guide with details about Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Snog and many, many more!... details here: www.net-aware.org.uk
Worried about grooming or Child Sexual Exploitation? CEOP have a great Educational site with a section for parents and carers here: www.thinkuknow.co.uk
Families can visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents to access advice and support on how to keep children safe from sexual abuse, both online and off. Articles provide guidance on topics as diverse as: challenging harmful sexual attitudes and promoting positive behaviours; helping a child with autism negotiate life online; supporting a child who has been sexually abused; and dealing with a range of online issues such as sending nude selfies and viewing pornography. Users will find films, downloadable guides and useful links to support organisations.
Our Safeguarding and Behaviour Policies: