If you have any safeguarding concerns about either your child or another child please talk to our Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mr Pope, or in his absence Mrs Butler our Deputy DSL or another senior member of staff.
Alternatively you can contact:
Children’s Services First Response Hub 01202 123334 and childrens-first-response-mash-bcp-council
Keeping Children Safe in Education - Leaflet for Parents/Carers (for other languages please contact the school office)
Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)
Please follow this link to the CEOP website for information and advice www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Links for Parents – Online Safety
Parent Info from CEOP and Parent Zone is a website that provides a wide variety of expert information for parents including keeping children safe online http://parentinfo.org.
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
You First Domestic Abuse Service – You First is the county integrated domestic violence and abuse service providing free and discreet support, advice and refuge to victims and survivors of domestic abuse and violence. They offer individual and group support, refuge provision and safe houses and work with women and men who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse. The refuge provision is for women and children and there are safe houses where they are able to accommodate men whether on their own or with children. Please note that all referrals are assessed at the first point of contact and space within the refuges and safe houses are limited. For all enquiries. including referral queries please call their free helpline on 0800 032 5204. It’s important that you feel comfortable seeking help if you or your family are not safe. You First can be reached by phone or email and will never do anything to compromise your safety or make you feel vulnerable. Contact them either by phone on the above number or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please visit these links for information on Prevent:
- Parents’ Resources – Educate Against Hate
- Prevent: – Reporting and preventing radicalisation, terrorist and extremist behaviour | Dorset Police
- Top tips for parents (educateagainsthate.com)
Prevent concerns can be referred to police using the Home Office Prevent Referral Form or immediate response can the Anti-Terror hotline on 0800 789 321
If you have concerns about pupils travelling to a conflict zone seek Home Office guidance and refer to MASH if still concerned
Other Links for Useful Information