Online safety is an integral part of children’s education in today’s ever changing digital world and is embedded in all aspects of their learning at school.
The school has a duty to ensure that all parents understand our responsibility to safeguard the well-being of all pupils, and that this responsibility requires us to have a child protection policy and procedures.
Please note that as part of these procedures the school can make a direct referral to the statutory child welfare agencies including the Police and/or Social Services without involving the parents if they have concerns about the safety of any child.
"leadership continues to be strong and focused on how all members of the school community can stay safe online."
"The school remains at (and in many places, above) Online Safety Mark benchmark levels." Comments from our SWGFL Online Safety Mark assessment 2020