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The safeguarding of our pupils is of paramount importance. If you have any concerns about safeguarding, you should contact the Designated Senior Person (DSP) for Safeguarding in the school, Mrs Cooke.
DSP: Mrs Cooke Deputy DSP: Mr Gibson Tel: 01925 825070
Safeguarding Governor: Mrs Victoria Lawden
Prevent Officer: Andy McIntyre 01606 365239 email@example.com
SPOC for Warington: Michelle Heritage 01925 443322 firstname.lastname@example.org
Safeguarding procedures can also be found online through Warrington Safeguarding Partnership Procedures using Proceduresonline
Internet Safe Filtering & Monitoring
Filtering: The school has a system provided by the local authority called Fortinet. This will block all traffic that comes through the school’s network, including the school’s wireless, that is classified according to an international classification system as inappropriate. This includes classifications in multi-languages and images, covering a range of material including extremism.
Monitoring: The school monitors internet access by:
– receiving a report on the most blocked websites from school network at least annually, sharing this with WBC ICT to assess the greatest risks/concerns (last review 27/09/16)
– training children to report (Kidsafe programme and E-Safety) and responding to all reports of inappropriate content, informing the LA as necesary (nothing was reportable for last 4 years).
-random reviewing of internet browsing histories
E-Safety Advice for Parents
Safeguarding in our Curriculum
Our PSHE Curriculum teaches children how to keep themselves safe. It teaches them about online safety and about healthy and unhealthy relationships and how to ask for help. PSHE curriculum
Support for Parents