Safeguarding & e-Safety
Just a quick reminder of our safeguarding guidelines for parents:
- If parents need to speak with the teacher, please do so between 8:30am and 8.50am or after school.
- If a parent needs to discuss something more in depth, please arrange an appointment.
- All parents visiting the school between 9am and 3:15pm must report to the school office.
- If a parent is collecting or bringing a child into school during the school day they should immediately report to the school office to sign the child in or out. Children should not be collected or returned directly to the class.
- Parents must supervise their children at the end of the school day. No school equipment is to be used.
- Any parent coming into school during the school day should sign in at the office and an identification badge must be worn. Guidelines for all parent helpers are available.
- Please ensure your child knows how they are getting home from school and reinforce to your child that they should back into school if they cannot find who is collecting them.
The NSPCC has just released a set of videos and guides for parents dealing with the issue of Nude Selfie taking. The link to this resource is included below.
Please be aware that the materials here are created for a range of audiences and may not be appropriate for all children at QE.
Think you know
Safe Social Networking
Microsoft Family Safety Site
Here are public links to places where you can look at some of the videos that were shown.
Just a word of caution, some are from the CEOP area on YouTube but some are public areas where somebody has posted a copy, therefore comments posted by individuals may not be controlled. Some of them are aimed for older pupils.
Where’s Klaus ?
( aimed at age 8 – 10 )
(aimed at age 11–16 )
Think Before you post
… and a follow on.
Cyber bullying (aimed at 11-16 year olds)
Grooming (aimed at 11-16 year olds)
One focused on a girl victim
and one with a boy victim
CEOP YouTube site
Who to talk to…..
For Young People:
Children can talk in confidence on either;
• NSPCC www.there4me.com where they can talk to an NSPCC adviser online
• Childline on 0800 1111 – will not be listed on the telephone bill
Samaritans provide confidential emotional support for people, if you are worried, feel upset or confused and just want to talk. You can:
• Phone on 08457 90 90 90