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Dronfield Junior School motto: acheiving whilst making learning fun

Safeguarding and Online safety

 

Safeguarding 

We take the safeguarding of all our pupils very seriously.  All staff are trained in Child Protection. Anyone employed or who is a regular volunteer is checked through the Disclosure and Barring Team and are re-checked throughout their time at the school.  Referrals can be made by pupils, teaching and non-teaching staff and parents.  The Lead Safeguarding person is Mrs Thomson, and the safeguarding Deputies are: Ian Roberts (Deputy Head) and Lorna Ford.  

 

Keeping children safe online is the biggest child protection challenge of this generation. Parents have a vital role to play in this.

 

Safeguarding/Online Safety Policies

Please click here to read our Child Protection Policy.

 

Administration of Medicine

Anti-Bullying Policy 

Anti-Bullying Child Friendly Leaflet

Behaviour Policy

Cyber Bullying Child Friendly Leaflet

Health and Safety Policy

Lockdown Policy

Online Safety Policy

Intimate & Personal Care Policy

Positive Behaviour Policy

PSHE Policy

Private Fostering Policy

Private Fostering Arrangments (Information & Advice for Young People)

Private Fostering Guidance

Private Fostering Poster

Searching, Screening & Confiscation Policy

Separated Parents Policy

Tackling Extremism & Radicalisation Policy

 

 

Domestic Abuse

This school will receive from Derbyshire Police, a notification of every incident that has been reported to them, or known to them, of domestic abuse where a child is known to be living in the household.

This is a Derbyshire Police initiative working with Derbyshire County Council Children’s Services.  Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and this is to help schools with responses to domestic abuse by helping them support children and their families exposed to, or involved, in domestic abuse.

This may mean talking to pupils about their experiences, raising awareness through classroom discussion and schools activities, helping victims and families by providing to them signposting information.

This school is committed to protecting children and young people and working with partners to stop domestic abuse.  

 

Following the online safety parents' meeting on Thursday 29th September, please find a copy of the information: 

Online Safety -  What can parents/carers do to help children keep safe online? Click here

Supporting young people online parents' leaflet.  Click here

Websites to support safeguarding of children online.  Click here

 

'Pokemon Go' information - please click here

 

Internetmatters.org have produced an extensive guide for parents about parental controls that covers nearly all devices in the home. It explains the features and benefits of the device and what specific content can be restricted.

 

The resource which contains 94 pages of up to date guides on parental controls can be downloaded here:http://cdn.internetmatters.org/downloads/99a8efe18e30cf24ffee3dfd60e8ca8b.pdf

 

Applications and Websites that Parents Should Know About’ provides up to date information about the most popular apps and websites that young people are using and the dangers associated with them. Click here to read it. 

 

The popular online safety story, Digiduck’s Big Decision, is now available as a free app for tablets.  Working with Internet Matters Childnet International have transformed the story into a fun, interactive tablet app that teachers and parents can enjoy with their students and children.  Like the book, the app follows Digiduck and his pals in a story of friendship and responsibility online:

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/teachers/ks1/sourcesDuck/projet/DigiDuck-eBook.pdf 

 

For younger children: Smartie the Penguin - a story for 3 to 7 year olds. Follow the adventures of Smartie and Daddy Penguin as Smartie learns how to be safe on the internet.

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/teachers/ks1/sources/projet/The-Adventures-of-Smartie-the-Penguin.pdf

 

Parent and Carers Social Networking Guidance at Home and in School: This leaflet offers some insight to parents and carers around the dangers of social networking and the inappropriate use of social media.

 

Parent & Carer Social Networking Guidance: This leaflet offers guidance to parents and carers on the appropriate use of social media in relation to complaints about schools.

 

What is Child Sexual Exploitation? To read an introduction for parents and carers, click here.

Alternatively, click here for more information on sexual exploitation.

 

For a guide to parental control settings, click here.

 

To read a parents' safeguarding guide, click here.

 

Online safety newsletters

Online safety newsletter 1 - click here

Online safety newsletter 2 - click here

Online safety newsletter 3 - click here

 

Other information you may find useful:

Parents' online safety newsletter 1 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 2 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 3 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 4 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 5 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 6 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 7 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 8 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 9 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 10 - click here

Parents' online safety newsletter 11 - click here

 

 

 

Click here for parents' guides to: 

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Snapchat

 

Click below for digital parenting guides. You should already have received issue 4. 

 

Digital parenting issue 1

Digital parenting issue 2

Digital parenting issue 3

Digital parenting issue 4

Digital parenting issue 5

 

Dronfield Junior School Awards and Accreditations

page last updated: 22/10/2018