Welcome to the Helen Allison School safeguarding page. It contains useful information about safeguarding and links to further information.
Whether your child is a day or residential student, our school is a place where their wellbeing is of primary importance. We have extremely robust safeguarding procedures and practices in place to support this. We firmly believe it is the right of every child to be healthy, safe and happy, and to achieve and make a positive contribution.
Keeping up-to-date with what your children are doing online can seem daunting. Technology is constantly advancing and sometimes parents feel their children know more about the internet than they do. Whatever their age, we can help you to find out more about what your children might be doing online and give you some simple, practical and easy advice on the steps you can take as a parent to keep them as safe as possible.
Any safeguarding concerns should be reported to our Designated Safeguarding Lead. You can contact them by calling the main school number (01474 814878).
Visit the websites below to find out more about how you can help keep your children safe online.
Internet matters provides guides on the different aspects of e-safety, such as cyberbullying and inappropriate content.
Netaware is an NSPCC run site which details reviews of websites that children and young people regularly visit on the internet.
Childnet aim to make the internet a great and safe place for children by providing lots of information for teachers/professionals, as well as parents/carers.
You can download some useful safeguarding documents by clicking on the links below.
Helen Allison School safeguarding leaflet
Helen Allison School online safety poster
Online gaming safeguarding poster
All staff at the Helen Allison School are trained to adhere to the requirements of Part 1 of “Keeping Children Safe in Education”. Please follow the link should you require further details.
Keeping children safe in education
Please follow the link below for the Education pack for Parents and Carers, Safer Internet Day 2018
Education pack for parents and carers