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E-Safety

In this age of all things electronic, it's easy to feel lost and unsure of how to keep your child safe online.

There are many different ways in which your child is vulnerable online and it is your duty to help educate your child on the dangers of talking to people or sharing certain information or pictures online.

You should also ensure they know that being online is not a make believe place, and that people can be mean or can be hurt by the words we use, just as if we had said them to their face.

The link below provides some useful guides on how to spot a problem, how to talk to your child about it and then how to deal with it.

Link: Internet Safety

Safeguarding Children

Safeguarding children is everyone's responsibility and we strive to help all children feel safe, secure and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

If you are worried about any child, follow the link below to get information about how to report your concerns.

Link: Safeguarding Information