Keeping Children Safe Online
Stay Safe Partnership have prvided some useful information on how to keep your child safe online. With the Christmas break coming up we felt it would be valuable to share this with you.
|Staying Safe Online leaflet - print ready copy||[pdf 1MB]|
|Social media day to day plan||[pptx 950KB]|
Safer Internet Day 2019
Safer Internet Day 2019 is on Tuesday 5th February. Holbeach Primary Academy will be completing some work on this throughout the day. The children will be completing some lessons and activities. In Year 5 and 6 PSCO Newell will be coming in and running a workshop alongside PC Newell to educate the children on how they can make sure they stay safe when using the internet and online games. They will be using the Mini Police to help them. We will be displaying all the children's learning from across the Academy following all pof this learning. There is a link below which has some good videos that explain how children can be safer online. These may help at home too. There is also a useful website - Think You Know that has helpful tips and ideas.
Safeguarding and Child Protection at Holbeach Primary School.
The policies below explain the Academy procedures and practices that link with the Local Authority advive and Lincolnshire Childrens Safeguarding Board. The designated safeguarding lead for the academy is Miss Nicola Kenyon and the deputy safeguarding lead is Mrs Carmen Hagon-Smith. The governor with the responsibility for safegurading is Mr Jeremy Medley. There are now two policies, as the wider safeguarding issues have now been separated out from the child protection elements. Both policies provide useful links to websites that offer further helpful advice and information. The attached documents, Keeping Children Safe in Education and Working Together to Safeguard Children have both been updated to refelct current advice and practices.