- Safeguarding at Marsh Lane Primary
- Safeguarding Audit/Action Plans
- Statutory Safeguarding Documents
- Safeguarding Support for Parents and Guardians
- Safeguarding Policies
- MLPS Safeguarding Newsletter
- Types of Abuse
- Keeping Children Safe in Education (DFE)
- Stopping Domestic Abuse Together
- Behaviour & Anti-Bullying
- Safeguarding Glossary of Terms
- Early Help Offer
- Pastoral Care, Health & Welfare
- ELSA Support
- Keeping children safe online
- E-safety online guidance for parents
- E-Safety Week
We organise an Online Safety Week annually which coincides with Safer Internet Day (usually the second week in February).
During the week, all children learn about how to use technology responsibly and stay safe online. In KS2, children learn how to keep themselves safe from sexual abuse and exploitation by developing skills in identifying and avoiding risk, learning how best to protect themselves and their friends and knowing how to get support and report abuse if they do encounter difficulties. All topics have been clearly mapped out to ensure that sensitive topics are taught in a sensitive and age appropriate way with clear progression.
As part of our work to ensure that we all stay safe online at MLPS, the 'Marsh Lane Digital Leaders' organised a week of activities, centred around how to stay safe when online and knowing what to do if we don't feel safe..
All the children completed activities and produced different ways of informing us how we can stay safe.
For advice and support on setting up parental controls, adjusting, privacy settings, understanding social networks and more, visit www.nspcc.org.uk/onlinesafety or call 0808 800 5002
We work closely with the NSPCC in school who deliver assemblies to KS1 and KS2. Children in Years 5 & 6 also take part in a workshop and parent sessions are organised annually.
Schools have an important role in teaching children to protect themselves from all kinds of abuse, including online abuse and our annual Online Safety Week is one part of our approach to keeping children safe online.
follow the link below for further materials, advice and support for keeping your children safe online: