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​​Staying Safe

Roche Community Primary School Safeguarding Children Statement
At Roche the health and safety of all children is of paramount importance. Parents send their children to school each day with th​​e expectation that school provides a secure environment in which their children can flourish. Roche therefore has to ensure that this expectation becomes reality. In order to do this a wide range of measures are put in place. 
  
Reporting a concern​
Roche CP School subscribes to SWGfL Whisper, a reporting tool that can be used by pupils and parents to report E-Safety concerns to the school. Responders can also choose to to make their report anonymous. If you wish to report a concern just click the link below, or text ROC and your message to 078600 21584
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E-Safety group
The school has an active E-Safety group that meet throughout the year to discuss E-Safety concerns and evaluate our E-Safety provision. The group is made up of the following representatives, to which pupils and parents may discuss any E-Safety concerns.

​Name​
​​Role
​Mr Jeremy Walden
​Headteacher, SLT, Child Protection Officer
Miss Victoria Tonkin​​Assistant Headteacher, SLT, Teacher representative
Mr Daniel Moore​​IT Technician, E-Safety chair
Miss Kate HoskinsKS2 Teaching assistant representative​
Mrs Kathryn WheeldonKS1 Teaching assistant representative​
Mr Chris Henwood​​Parent representative
Mr Jason Pickersgill​Parent representative​
Mr John Burnett​Parent and Governor representative

E-Safety Policy
 
Our E-Safety policy can be downloaded here: E-Safety policy 2016.pdf
           
Staying safe online
     
Pupils and parents can look through our E-Safety pages for tips on staying safe:
 
 
 
 
Parents can also look through the sites listed below to gain more information on keeping children safe online:  

ThinkuKnow for Parents
A site specifically designed by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre (CEOP) for parents with lots of answers to frequently asked questions about online gaming, social networking and instant messenging.  ​It also includes informational videos parents can watch with their children and How To guides.

 
Great site for Parents ​that includes conversation starters for families, advice on where to go for help and 'Hot Topics' such as Cyberbullying, Social Networking and Online Exploitation.
 
Organisers of Safer Internet Day, the UK Safer Internet Centre's website has great tips on ​locking down social networking sites, adding parental controls provided by broadband suppliers and ​includes a parents guide to technology​