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Safeguarding and Welfare

The following is an addendum to our Child Protection Policy:

 Child Protection and Safeguarding Addendum 020420.pdfDownload
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This is our 'Home Learning Guidelines' document, with pupil, parent and staff expectations for online learning:

Starline has been set up to provide support for parents and carers who have concerns or queries about educating their children at home.

Starline will help parents and carers in the following ways:

  •    By providing access to a team of qualified teachers, education and parenting experts.

  •    By focussing on providing practical ideas, support and reassurance.

  •    By offering tips, techniques and resources to enable parents to give their children the support they need to continue learning while schools are closed.

  •    By supporting family wellbeing and mental health.

  •    By covering all phases of education and subjects plus behaviour, pupil wellbeing and SEND.

The Starline phone number is 0330 313 9162 and the website is

Coram Education (SCARF) PSHE Resources 

This plan, called Staying Safe Online to support children and their parents/carers at this time of potential greater access to the internet, possibly with reduced supervision.

The plans use CEOP's Thinkuknow resources and there are separate activities for different age groups. 

This plan, called Keeping Myself Healthy Inside and Out! can be adapted for all ages. Younger children will need support but older children will be able to complete the activities independently.

Harold's Home Diary:

Written with younger children in mind.

Other Links and Advice . . .

There are some excellent links on this padlet (thanks to Oval Learning Trust):

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There are some useful parent and pupil guides about staying safe online from National Online Safety:

 Mental health and wellbeing.pdfDownload
 Online Safety Tips for Children.pdfDownload
 Safer Apps and Games for Kids.pdfDownload
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There is lots of useful advice and links from Leicestershire 'Health for Kids':

The document attached below is a particularly good health 'toolkit' for children:

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Further useful documents and links on supporting pupils' and parents' welfare:

 Advice For Parents - Mental Wellbeing.docxDownload
 Supporting Home Learning Routines.pdfDownload
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