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.
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.