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Safeguarding

Goldington Green Academy is committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all employers,

Volunteers and contractors to share this commitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance.

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Internet Safety Video

Toy Safety Video

Online-safety books for Early Years and Primary Schools (London Grid for Learning)

Children are exposed to the internet from a very young age and online safety messages can be found in a range of picture books. Amongst the LGfL's many resources is a list of online safety selected by Liverpool senior school improvement officer, Paul Bradshaw.

 

Read about the books here: http://safeblog.lgfl.net/2017/10/online-safety-books-for-staff-and-pupils/

 

 

There are many benefits to the internet, but many dangers. This website gives robust advice for parents about issues and how to keep your children safe. As always, the biggest and safest method is supervising and talking to your child about their online activity. Please click here for more information.

 

https://www.internetmatters.org/

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Caroline Skingsley – Headteacher

Our Deputy Safeguarding Leads are Mrs Rachel Clay Deputy Head, Mrs Gayle Johnston Preschool Administrator & Mrs Jackie Waller Family Worker

Our Safeguarding Governor is Mr Robin Francis

Consent as Tea (Thames Valley Police/Blue Seat Studios)

This video was commissioned by Thames Valley Police, called 'Consent as Tea'. You can find the video on YouTube, but do be aware that there are some spoofs. This is the link you need: https://youtu.be/pZwvrxVavnQ

 

Consent for Kids (Blue Seat Studios)

The same studio that produced the Consent as Tea video, have created another video aimed at younger children. Have a look and see what you think. It may suit your children, or it might not. The video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3nhM9UlJjc

To help parents understand more about the difference between healthy and developmentally expected sexual exploration and play, they have produced separate traffic light toolkit leaflets for parents of children under-5 and those aged 5 - 11. The leaflets are also available in Welsh.

 

The leaflets can be downloaded from this page: www.parentsprotect.co.uk/age_appropriate_sexual_behaviour.htm