Safeguarding

Our Safeguarding designated lead is Tracey Dibbens. 01270 685085

Stay Safe Message from PCSO Matt Oliver

 CEOP is a well known and valuable child exploitation resource bank. Given current circumstances they are releasing a new activity pack every 2 weeks to support parents to deliver online safety activities with children at a time when they will be spending more time online at home. 

 https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/  

 – At present many parents will be juggling childcare with working from home. Top tips for parents working from home:

 https://www.barnardos.org.uk/blog/tips-parents-working-home-barnardos-colleagues  

 – The NSPCC has created an information and advice resource for parents/careers of young people with anxiety about Coronavirus. 

 https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/childrens-mental-health/depression-anxiety-mental-health  

– Professionals, parents and young people can be directed to the Young Addaction Pan Cheshire social media pages for daily updates, resources, tips and support

 https://www.facebook.com/Pan-Cheshire-Missing-and-Child-Exploitation-Service-1039465136264241 

 https://twitter.com/PanCheshireMFH 

15.06.2020

Adult Safeguarding Easy Read Leaflet

Safeguarding Adults for Covid – 19 Community Support 

Safeguarding Adults for People Self – Isolating

COVID19 – Safeguarding Policy Addendum Updated 01.06.20

On 18th March 2020 it is Child Exploitation Awareness day.

A link to the website is below;

For Parents wanting to learn more on CSE a free e learning course is available.

Please click on the links below for up to date information leaflets for parents to support your child.

Parent guide Understanding CSE

Parent guide to online safety 

Parent guide to dealing with sexting 

Parent guide Online Onguard 

 

MOMO – Online Safety Guide for Parents – February 2019

Operation Encompass

Merlin – Police Warning Letter

Bully Free Cheshire East – Cheshire East Children & Families Information Services Link

Safe Aware Quiz

To children, online life is real life. That’s why this may be a good one to sign post your Parents / Guardians to do. @O2 and @NSPCC’s #Share Aware Quiz to find out how much you know about their children’s online world.

Why not put your knowledge to the test – you might be surprised by what you discover.

 

Click on the image below to try the quiz.

So what is Whisper?

Whisper is an anonymous social network that allows people to express themselves. If you have ever had something too intimate to share on traditional social networks, simply share it on Whisper! Connect with others with FREE private messaging and respond to other Whispers with your own anonymous Whispers. Discover Whispers from around the world and browse Whispers on topics that interest you most.

Safety tip: This app is scary since it promotes open sharing of secrets and then people can contact you to meet up. Be careful if your students have this app.  The recommended age is 17

This is an American site but the video is very good at explaining what Whisper is all about.

Whisper video

NSPCC Information

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