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Our Safeguarding

Please use the link below to view our Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding Policy (Child Protection) 2020

 

Overall responsibility for safeguarding in E21C Trust Primary Schools Marion Drake
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Bijal Pandya
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) Nicole Viljoen
Child Looked After (CLA) Designated Teacher Bijal Pandya
Single Point of Contact (SPOC) relating to Channel Bijal Pandya
Safeguarding Governor Brian Sweatman
Online Safety Lead

Bijal Pandya

 

 Safeguarding Resources

 

Google Safety Centre

A new resource from Google, giving advice about online safety.Internet Safety for Pupils

 

Online Safety Helpline

O2 are working together with the NSPCC to help support families to keep children safe online.  This link will provide you with the number to call.

 

Minecraft

Do your children enjoy playing Minecraft? Click here for the NSPCC parent guide giving tips and advice for keeping children safe on Minecraft.

 

Hot Topics

Read about ‘hot topics’ for parents around the subject of online safety.

 

NSPCC NetAware Website, games and app review

Use this website to review different websites, games and apps that your child might use. The reviews cover what you need to know about the app (including children’s reviews), information about signing up, how to report unsuitable content, privacy settings and safety and support.

 

Safer Schools App

The Safer Schools app is designed to support and protect children by educating and empowering them both at school and at home. The Safer Schools App has been developed by Ineque Safeguarding Group in partnership with Zurich Municipal.

 

Internet Safety

 

Snap Map

Snapchat has launched a new feature on their app which allows users to see the location of their contacts and allows users to accurately pinpoint where someone is. Please click here for information about how to set privacy settings to keep you and your family safe. !!

 

Google Safety Centre

A new resource from Google, giving advice about online safety.

 

Online Safety Helpline

O2 are working together with the NSPCC to help support families to keep children safe online.  This link will provide you with the number to call.

 

Minecraft

Do your children enjoy playing Minecraft? Click here for the NSPCC parent guide giving tips and advice for keeping children safe on Minecraft

 

Hot Topics

Read about ‘hot topics’ (Childnet) for parents around the subject of online safety.

 

NSPCC NetAware website, games and app review

Use this website to review different websites, games and apps that your child might use. The reviews cover what you need to know about the app (including children’s reviews), information about signing up, how to report unsuitable content, privacy settings and safety and support.

 

E-safety tips for Parents of Primary School Children (Internet Matters)

 

A Guide to Mobile Web Safety 05/05/17