Safeguarding and Safety
Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils is of the upmost importance at Jeavons Wood. Everyone at school has a role to play in keeping our children safe at all times. All staff are regularly trained in child protection, in line with our Safeguarding policy. Any concerns around a child or family will be dealt with appropriately by the Safeguarding Team & shared on a need to know basis.
The Safeguarding team:
Sue Wright - Lead Designated Person, Headteacher
Em McMurray - Deputy Safeguarding Lead, Deputy Head
Abby Flitton - Designated Person, Assistant Head for Inclusion
Jenny Steward - Designated Person, Assistant Head for Inclusion
Linda Ogilvie - Designated Person, School Business Manager
Luke Shinn - Designated Person, HLTA, Wrap Around Care Leader
Lisa Hubbard - Inclusion & Family Support Worker (IFSW)
In an increasingly digital world it's important that our pupils, parents and carers feel that their information is protected and safe. This is why the Trust has a robust Data Protection Policy, which can be viewed here. You can view our privacy noticies here.
With technology developing at a rapid speed our children are increasingly vulnerable as younger and younger they can access the internet in an ever growing number of ways.
To filter the use of the internet in school we use LIghtSpeed Filtering and we also teach the children how to keep safe on line, using Purple Mash. However, it is important that parents and carers know the dangers and also teach them e-safety at home.
Please use the links to navigate your way around our Online Safety information. It's always worth keeping an eye on the school newsletter as we aim to include snippets of support related to Online Safety, as they come up. As always, please do speak to a member of staff if you need advice or you are worried about something.
Below are links to online resources and guides related to online safety.
These will provide you with a wealth of information and enable you to report any undesirable sites you find.
General Online Safety Introduction
Guide to setting up Parental Controls
Cyberbullying - for victims
Cyberbullying - if you suspect your child is involved
The Breck Foundation is a self-funding charity which raises awareness about ‘playing safe’ while using the internet. www.breckfoundation.org
The following websites also help parents and children understand the risks associated with internet use with some aimed at different age groups.
Thinkuknow site for 5-7 year olds
Thinkuknow site for 8-10 year olds
Thinkuknow site for 11-13 year olds
Thinkuknow Home activity worksheets
Internet Watch Foundation
Let's Keep Kids Safe Online
If you see something on the net which concerns you one click reporting with CEOPS is easy. https://www.ceop.police.uk/ceop-reporting/
You can also contact Childline on 0800 1111.
We work closely with the Police through ‘operation encompass’ to identify children who have witnessed or are at risk of domestic abuse. If you would like further information about the support available or are concerned about domestic abuse please follow the link below.
Social Media, Apps and Websites
The internet can be such a wonderful, informative and creative place for everyone to explore. However, from time to time things may come up that even as adults we feel 'out of touch' with. Here are some useful guides for parents on some of the most common apps/websites visited by children.
If you would like any other parent guides for online platforms, please let Miss Lewis (ICT & Online Safety Leader) know.