If you have a concern about a child in school please contact us and ask to speak to:
Emma Pye - Assistant Head Teacher (Snr Designated Person)
Adrian Nash - Head Teacher (Designated Person)
Stacey Yates - Assistant Head Teacher (Designated Person)
Joanne Hewitt - Deputy Head Teacher (Designated Person)
See also our child protection policy and safeguarding pages
Helping a generation of children stay safe
Our Speak out Stay safe programme gives a generation of children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect.
Pupils are taught to speak out if they are worried, either to a trusted adult or to Childline.
Helplines and reporting
- Children can talk to a ChildLine counsellor 24 hours a day about anything that is worrying them by ringing 0800 11 11 or in an online chat at http://www.childline.org.uk/Talk/Chat/Pages/OnlineChat.aspx.
- If parents or carers are concerned that their child is being contacted by adults as a result of having sharing sexual imagery they should report to NCA-CEOP at www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre
- ChildLine and the Internet Watch Foundation have partnered to help children get sexual or naked images removed from the internet. A young person can get their photo removed by talking to a ChildLine counsellor. More information is available at http://www.childline.org.uk/explore/onlinesafety/pages/sexting.aspx
- If parents and carers are concerned about their child, they can contact the NSPCC Helpline by ringing 0808 800 5000, by emailing email@example.com , or by texting 88858. They can also ring the Online Safety Helpline by ringing 0808 800 5002.
Advice and information for parents
- The NSPCC has information and advice about sexting available on its website: NSPCC Sexting
- The National Crime Agency/CEOP has produced a film resource for parents and carers to help them prevent their children coming to harm through sharing sexual imagery: THINKUKNOW Nude-selfies-a-parents-guide
- Childnet have information and advice about sexting available on its website: http://www.childnet.com/young-people/secondary/hot-topics/sexting
- Parent Info (http://parentinfo.org/) provides information and advice to parents from expert organisations on topics ranging from sex and relationships, mental health and online safety including sexting.
Resources parents could highlight to their children
- There is information on the ChildLine website for young people about sexting:
- The Safer Internet Centre has produced resources called ‘Childnet So you got naked online which helps young people to handle incidents of sexting.
- The NSPCC adults helpline: 0808 800 5002 The NSPCC has partnered with O2 to offer direct support to parents and other adults on issues relating to online safety.