Keeping Your Children Safe
Safer Schools Partnership
The Safer Schools Partnership Team have their own area on the Norfolk Constabulary website, which we encourage all parents and carers to visit. The pages detail their aims, the key messages delivered and the list of Officers alongside the schools they are aligned to.
Within the ‘Key Messages’ section, you will see a document under the description of each message. These documents are letters, tailored to each presentation and have been designed for schools to send out to parents.
Student Self Help
We know it can be hard to talk to children about some topics and sometimes, it is hard for them. We keep an up-to-date list of self help websites you can direct your child to if you are concerned about them and they are finding it difficult to open up. Some of these resources are published under the Student Self Help section of this website.
Everyone’s Invited – Report Abuse in Education
The NSPCC have worked with the Department of Education to provide a bespoke helpline for children and young people who have experienced abuse at school and for worried adults and professionals that need support and guidance. If you are concerned about something, you can contact the NSPCC helpline Report Abuse in Education on 0800 136663 from Monday to Friday from 08.00 to 22.00 or from 09.00 to 18.00 at the weekends. You can also email email@example.com
Stop Hate in Norfolk (SHiN)
We work closely with the SHiN group within Norfolk Police. We report any instances of Hate Crime that happen at school and work closely with victims and perpetrators with the ambition to stop all hate crimes.
If you or your children want to report a hate crime, please do so by contacting the Student Support Team.
Think U Know E-Safety
ThinkUKnow, part of CEOP, have put together some videos informing parents on how to keep children safe online while learning online.
You can view the series of videos that range from live streaming and sharing images below:
CEOP Parent Info
Parent Info offers you the latest alerts and warnings about websites and apps that could be used to exploit children. They also offer parent friendly guides to how they work, and apps that can boost well being. Below is their latest news
What Parents Need to Know
Below are a series of articles about current social media sites and risks to children that parents need to be aware of:
The Internet Watch Foundation
The Internet Watch Foundation have recently launched a TALK campaign to help parents talk to their children about sexual exploitation and use of social media. Read more advice and information about this topic by visiting their website.