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    Child Safety

    Keeping children safe, particularly¬†whilst they are using the internet, is always a high priority. Please see the information contained in the links below for information about how we do this in school and how you can do this at home. If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding procedures within the school or any concerns about a child’s safety, please contact the Headteacher.

    Please see our Child Protection Policy in the Policies and Documents section of this website.

    Online Safety

    Staying safe on the Internet is one of our key responsibilities at Quilters. We do this by employing various technologies that filter the school’s internet connection, using classroom management tools and capture software, which is constantly monitoring a users computer.

    We recommend you use such software at home to ensure all members of your family stay safe whilst using the internet.

    Please see our E-Safety Policy in the Policies and Documents section of this website.

    Please see the latest information from our Parents’ and Teachers’ Training Workshop in February 2017, by an accredited CEOP trainer.

    Main Parent Handout
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    Age Ratings handout
    Useful Links

    Below are some links to websites that may help you with more information about staying safe online. Other links can be found in the ‘Main Parent Handout’ above.

    THINKUKNOW This site offers great advice for children, parents and teachers about how to have fun online – but stay safe. The site covers games, mobile phones, chat, social networking and more.
    NSPCC The NSPCC is dedicated to stopping cruelty to children. The web site offers advice and publishes the free Childline number for children to call as well as the NSPCC helpline.

    We have provided a link to a free viewer should you need it.

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