The Schools fully recognise the contribution they can make to protect children and support pupils in school. The aim of the policy is to safeguard and promote our pupil's welfare, safety and health by fostering an honest, open, caring and supportive climate. The pupil's welfare is of paramount importance.
Keeping Children Safe at Three Trees Academies
Designated Safeguarding lead - Jess Baird
Deputy DSL - Jo Westaby, Vikki Wilkins, Phil Poynton.
If you are a pupil in need of help you can;
Talk to an adult you trust at home
Speak to any adult at school
Use the worry boxes in school, it helps with a big worry if you add your name
Contact Childline by telephoning 0800 1111 (your call would be free) or go to, https://www.childline.org.uk/
There may be times when your child, you and your family require some advice and support. Early Help is a system to ensure that you get the right help and support needed. This is provide through the Pingle Academy early help offer. We have a strong relationship with there team of family resource workers and are able to make referrals to them with your permission. The team can advise you of other agencies that can offer support for you and your family and also visit your child / children at home and in school to complete direct work. Please see the information in the documents below.
The documents below are all from Derbyshire Local Authority and have been produced for parents to help keep their children safe online.
- february 2107 appaware.
- the basics of protecting your child on youtube.
- parental guidance social media.
- safeguardin guidance parents.
- snapchat guidance for parents.
- social media guidance parents.
- social media guidanc -schoostaff.
- what is pokemon go?
CEOP Has something happened online that has made you feel worried or unsafe? Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors
Think You Know Find out more about Internet Safety. Great advice to keep children safe whilst using the internet.