We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
As part of the schools continued support of promoting e-Safety, parents are encouraged to read the documents on this page. Here there are useful suggestions for how to keep your children safe while on the internet. This especially includes use of chat rooms and social networks where anyone could gain access to identifiable information about our children if anyone publically posts a careless message. Although there can be advantages of using social networks like Facebook, the school has decided that the children’s safety is paramount. If you have any e-safety concerns, please contact The Bellbird School who will advise you on the best way forward.
Safeguarding Policies and Documents
Want to volunteer at The Bellbird? – read this document on safeguarding for more information
Intimate care policy – view PDF
Safeguarding and Child protection policy – view PDF
Whistle Blowing – view PDF
Safer Employment – view PDF
The Prevent Duty – view PDF
and updated Government Guidance – here
Keeping children safe in education – view PDF
Guidance for Safer Working Practice – view PDF
Parent pamphlet on the Prevent strategy – view PDF
Vodafone have produced a series of online internet / mobile phone safety ideas to help you and your child stay safe online. please click on the links below and follow the on-screen help.
Very useful E-Safety documents
Safe online gaming tips for children – view PDF
A guide to online gaming for parents – view PDF
The good gaming guide – a parents guide to video games – view PDF
Online Gaming – view PDF
Stay safe on screen – How to chat on webcam with confidence – view PDF
Keeping your child safe online – A checklist for parents and carers – view PDF
Parents E-Safety and Online Issues – view PDF
Please look at the following website to help the parent and child stay safe on the internet:
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