Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.
If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact the school
Our Child Protection and Safeguarding policies can be found here
It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about online safety. From setting up parental controls to advice on sexting, online games and video apps, we can help you to understand the risks and keep your child safe.
Use this website to help you deal with any of these issues.
Helping you Make Sense of Coronavirus
We understand that you may be worried about yourselves, your family and friends getting ill with COVID-19. As a school, we want to help you make sense of what you hear in a way that is honest, accurate and helps you feel less anxious or fearful.
If you do get sick, it doesn't mean you have COVID-19. People can get sick from all kinds of germs. It is important to remember that if you are poorly, adults at school and at home will help you get the support you need.
Remember the three things that we have been talking about in school, that you can also do at home to stay safe and well. These are: -
1.) Washing your hands regularly and catching coughs and sneezes in a tissue.
2.) Be kind because everyone is feeling worried and kindness goes a long way to help people feel better.
3.) Practise being mindful. This may include mindful breathing and activities you have done during calm me time at school. You can be anywhere to practise these not just in your classroom.
Childline has launched a website aimed at children under the age of 12. This provides age appropriate content on topics including: bullying, family, friends, feelings, school, abuse and staying safe. It also includes games and therapeutic tools for young visitors to play and express how they are feeling. It will be promoted through the NSPCC's Speak out Stay safe programme.