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Safeguarding, Child Protection and Online Safety at English Martyrs'

 

All stakeholders at English Martyrs' Catholic Primary School take the safety, security and

well-being of all our children very seriously and it is our primary concern for all.

 

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is:

Mrs Annalisa Howarth (Headteacher)

 

Our Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead is:

Mrs Joanne Lingard (Deputy Headteacher)

 

All staff are trained in Safeguarding and the best practice of it and have access to relevant documentation and publications.

 

If you are concerned about ANY child in ANY way in our school, your first port of contact is Mrs Howarth.

 

Safeguarding is EVERYONE'S responsibility.

English Martyrs' Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

English Martyrs' Safeguarding Adult Code of Conduct

Prevent Duty Guidance and English Martyrs' Radicalisation Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2016

Disqualification under the Child Care Act June 2016

The Byron Review - internet safety

On 6 September 2007, the Prime Minister asked Dr Tanya Byron to conduct an independent review looking at the risks to children from exposure to potentially harmful or inappropriate material on the internet and in video games.

The Review is about the needs of children and young people. It is about preserving their right to take the risks that form an inherent part of their development by enabling them to play video games and surf the net in a safe and informed way.

A review of the policy can be found here.

 

Remember... ALL social media sites that require and store personal information like a phone number, name, date of birth (Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram etc) have a strict over 14 years old rule.

 

THINK BEFORE YOU SHARE.

Before you post, message, 'Snap'....would I be happy and willing to put a poster up of this in public??? If you wouldn't...don't do it!

 

Below are a selection of internet safety sites. They are worth visiting to find out more about internet safety and the safe use of developing technologies.

Click a logo to find out more

 

     

     

          

 

        

 

         

 

        

 

English Martyrs' Computing Policy


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