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Safeguarding Information


Fact Sheets and Online Safety Advice-

Fortnite - Letter to Parents/Carers - Download PDF

Fortnite - Fact Sheet for Parents/Carers - Download PDF 

The Momo - Fact sheet for Parents/Carers - Download PDF

Online Safety Advice and Links for Parents - Download PDF

Sexting: Advice for parents - How to talk to your child about the risks of sexting – and what you can do to protect them-


Websites and Contact Telephone Numbers for Advice and Support - 

Encompass : Linking the police and schools when domestic abuse has taken place.

Educate Against Hate: National website for guidance on Extremism and Radicalisation

Digizen: Provides online safety information for parents, carers and young people -

Anti-bullying Alliance - Signs that your child might get bullied and what to do next -

Ace Education - Advice for parents how to tackle bullying at school -

Bullying UK - Advice for parents around bullying, for example advice about bullying in younger children and bullying of disabled children -

Family Lives - A charity that runs a free and confidential 24-hour helpline for parents. Call 0808 800 2222 to speak about any parenting issue, including bullying. -

Children’s Society (National organisation, young carers information)-

Barnado's - Barnados offer services for young carers and their families -

Mental Health Foundation - Providing advice and support to parents with mental health issues. -

Stop CSE  - A national helpline where you can get support and advice as a parent if you are concerned regarding possible sexual exploitation. -

Victim Support: Can provide parents and young people with direct support -

NSPCC - Call the helpline 0808 800 5000 or visit-


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