Safeguarding from the NSPCC

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing a safe environment for the children and educating them in staying safe in all aspects of life, there are a couple of things I wanted to share with you.

First, I have added some updated information to our E-safety pages – an essential read if your children are users of internet-connected technologies from consoles, PCs to tablets and mobile phones.  There are different pages covering various aspects, the starting one can be found here or under the E-Safety option on the site’s menu.

Secondly, the NSPCC have made us aware of a couple of resources that tackle the tricky subject of talking to your children about staying safe in regards to sexual abuse.

There is one for parents and a related child-friendly version.


We were discussing as staff holding another evening session about E-safety for any parents that wanted to know more, or had specific questions, about any technologies.  With the Y6s close to moving onto secondary schools, where E-safety is a very important and more prevalent/concerning issue, there is advice regarding mobile devices and apps that could be useful for some.  Let me know if you would like to attend such a  session.

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Teacher, Amateur Photographer and IT Nerd

Posted on May 21, 2015, in General Information. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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