Keeping Safe

Safeguarding

Please see below for our safeguarding policies and information. If you have any safeguarding concerns please report these to our designated Safeguarding Lead.

Safeguarding Policy

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What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused

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Keeping Children safe in Education

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Whistle Blowing Policy

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E-Safety Policy

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Antibullying

Anti-bullying Policy

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The Anti-bullying Alliance

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NSPCC Cyber Bullying

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E Safety


CBeebies Playtime app has games and seasonal content to helps them learn as they play.

An interactive e-safety story, created with Childnet. Free to download for Apple and Android

interactive web guide from Virgin Media has a dedicated section for under fives.

Guidance from CEOP on how to talk together as well as giving practical and technical advice Learning with your child

An interactive e-safety app to share with your kids. Free to download for Apple and Android


CBBC have a range of apps full of games, quizzes and episodes of popular CBBC programmes

More Information...

Each week we will post some useful information below with additional details on how you can keep safe.

Social Networks and Staying Safe

As you know we regularly share safeguarding updates on the newsletter. as part of these updates we have shared a website that supports you in understanding, from a parent or carer’s point of view, the different apps that children may be using. There are so many new apps out there that sometimes we can receive conflicting information, we hope this will support you in safeguarding our children.

For more information, please visit the following web address: www.net-aware.org.uk


Online Safety Tips


Safeguarding and Child Protection

Each week we will highlight useful information relating to safeguarding. This week we are continuing to share information about online safety.

 


Dangers of Open Water

The RNLI have recently held a campaign to advise people who find themselves in difficulty (https://www.respectthewater.com/) the advice is not to fight the panic but to relax and float until you have recovered from the immediate cold shock.


No parent should have to suffer the loss of a child because of the attraction of open water and children should be advised to use safe swimming venues provided by private or local authorities where life guards are always present.


Manor Way Primary Academy
Brier Mill Road,
Halesowen,
West Midlands.
B63 3HA
Telephone: 0121 272 7310
Email: information@manor.windsoracademytrust.org.uk