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School Safeguarding Policy

DfE: Keeping Children Safe in Education

 

Cyberbullying

 

NSPCC: The Underwear Rule

Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board: Safer Parenting

 

Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board: Staying Safe Online

 

Think U Know: Jigsaw Video for Parents and Children 8 Years+

7 questions to help you start a conversation with your child about online safety

 

Information Leaflet for Parents Regarding Momo

 DfE: The Prevent Duty

 

Prevent - Parent Pamphlet

Barnardos: Spotting the Signs for Parents

Online Safety
In this ever changing digital world the pace of advancements in online technology is exceptional. Keeping ahead of these changes and how to keep children safe online is becoming increasingly difficult for parents. National Online Safety is a website dedicated to online safety and is packed with useful, easy accessible information for parents on how to keep their children safe online. Take a look at the following link which will take you to a range of useful leaflets each targeting a different topic related to online safety.
In addition, National Online Safety have a Facebook page which you can follow for regular updates. Every Wednesday parental support leaflets are published through this page. 

LSCB: Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board

 

 http://www.lancashiresafeguarding.org.uk/online-safeguarding/parents-and-carers.aspx

The LSCB is a statutory partnership Board with an independent chair. It's membership is comprised of senior managers from all statutory agencies in Lancashire. It's purpose is to ensure agencies in Lancashire are working together effectively to keep children safe. It does this by a number of activities such as:

  • Reviewing cases where a child has died or been significantly harmed
  • Providing guidance and multi-agency procedures
  • Quality assurance of multi-agency practice and processes (eg, Audits, inspection, surveys)
  • Providing multi-agency training
  • Reviewing all child deaths in the County to identify themes and trends

Full details of the functions and responsibilities of the LSCB can be found in the statutory guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children

 

CEOP

https://www.ceop.police.uk/

Police lead website providing support and advice (for children, parents and professionals) in relation to online threats.

 

Other Useful Web Links for Parents

http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/

http://www.vodafone.com/content/digital-parenting/learning-and-fun/digital-parenting-magazine.html