At Heygreen, the safety of our children is paramount. We work hard to teach our children how to keep themselves safe by running a series of safeguarding assemblies each year and reminder sessions throughout the year. We also work closely with the NSPCC to ensure that our children have the support both inside and outside of school if needed.
Our series of safeguarding assemblies always begin with teaching the children how to stay safe on the internet.
The two links below are also used to help children stay safe on the internet.
Below are other assemblies in the series that the children participate in each year. Please click on the image to enlarge it so that you are able to read the text more easily.
Staying Safe on Heygreen’s Website
To help keep children safe on our school website, we abide by the following rules:
* We never post a picture with a child’s name on it.
* If there is not a picture and we use the child’s name, we will never use their surname.
* We ask anyone who posts a comment, to not to use the child’s name if there is a picture visible.
* We also ask anyone leaving a comment shows respect and is polite in their comments.
Click on the link below to watch our NSPCC video:
If you have any concerns about the safety of the blog or internet safety, please feel free to speak to Mr Moss or Mrs Rutter.
If you have a serious incident to report, you can report it to the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Protection Website) via the link below.