E-safety and Safeguarding
In September 2018 the Keeping Children Safe in Education document is being renewed. Processes within the Trust are being reviewed in preparation.
Advice, help, report…..
The government has recently launched a brand new website to support parents. The website has being developed with ParentZone.
Does your child play Pokomon Go? Lots of help and advice on keeping safe in the link below.
#DITTO is a free online safety magazine from esafety adviser, Alan Mackenzie. The content looks at risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology.
We are proud to support the Breck Foundation as they drive the e-safety message to schools and parents. Lorin Bednar delivered a very powerful message to all Trust staff.
Parent Info is a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up with what their children are doing on-line. For example, the site currently includes information about staying safe on minecraft, mental health, and building online resilience.
NSPCC Net aware
NSPCC Net aware gives lots of excellent advice about social networks. Please click on the links below to find out more.
Here you will find resources, publications, posters and other awareness raising material that will help us prevent child sexual abuse.
Are you concerned about Minecraft?
Is a workbook for children, explaining how to keep safe online and on mobiles.
Are you worried about cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is when someone bullies others over the internet or on a mobile phone by sending abusive emails or texts directly or by posting nasty comments or humiliating images for others to see. Like any form of bullying, cyberbullying can be horrible for the children involved and hard for them to talk about. There is lots of information and advice on how to deal with it on the Internet Matters site
Child Sexual Exploitation
We must remain vigilant around child sexual exploitation. If you have any concerns at all you can gain advice from Essex Police . You can also take a free online course to help and inform you at the PACE (Parents against child exploitation) site. See the links below.
Young DeafHope is a unique project working with young Deaf people of eleven years and older, to raise awareness of abuse and domestic violence. The aim is to help young people change or avoid abusive behaviour, and to help them to have healthy relationships and stay safe.
You can find more information here:
Monday to Friday
8.30am - 4.30pm
Hilltop Junior School
T. 01268 734649
F. 01268 570237
Enquiries: Mrs J Hoy – Office Manager
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