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Butterwick Pinchbeck's Endowed Church of England Primary School

Butterwick Pinchbeck's Endowed Church of England Primary School

Safeguarding

Our school takes safeguarding seriously and we have 4 designated safeguarding leads in school: Mrs Towers, Mr Huck , Mrs Tracey and Miss Taylor

We also have a learning mentor in school who also assist in this role in school.
If you have concerns about safeguarding then staff can be contacted by making an appointment via the school email enquires@butterwick.lincs.sch.uk or in person, at the School Office, or by telephone.

Alternatively, Lincolnshire County Council also provide a direct line for you to phone should you need some advice or have safeguarding a concern that needs reporting. The number is 01522 782111.

NSPCC

The NSPCC’s latest guide for parents on the social networks that children use. There is lots of good advice for parents and carers.

www.net-aware.org.uk The pdf attachment (resource pack for parents) is a parent’s guide to what to do if a child in your family has got into problems online.


A good link from the NSPCC to helping children stay safe when playing out, visiting a shops and being away from home.

Helping parents keep their children safe on the move
NSPCC have launched their Net Aware app to give parents the tools and knowledge to access advice on the go. This is the only guide for parents where social networking sites and apps aimed at children are rated by parents, helping them make an informed decision about which is most appropriate for their child at different ages.

Lincolnshire County Council and Government Advice

Two further links to further guidance on safeguarding children and young people from Lincolnshire County Council:

For the latest safeguarding government guidelines for schools and colleges please use the following link to a document outlining what we need to do as a school to help safeguard children and adults in school.

Link to keeping Children Safe in Education document that all schools must comply with from September 2020

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/912592/Keeping_children_safe_in_education_Sep_2020.pdf


These 2 links have lots of useful advice and guidance.The Stay Safe Partnership brings together organisations and voluntary agencies which deliver age appropriate safety workshops, staff training, e learning, guidance for parents/carers and online resources, all in one convenient place. See the two following links

https://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/school-pupil-support/stay-safe-partnership/1

https://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/directory/16/stay-safe-partnership/category/69

 

Domestic Abuse Lincolnshire

Boston/South Holland - 01205 318600/01205 311272
Mens Advice Line 0808 8010327

 Other Useful Sites

A useful website for teachers, pupils and parents on road safety.

Staying safe around water, a guide for parents and children.

A good, child friendly website to help learn about fire safety

Another useful link to guidance and advice for parents on issues from what age to leave your child at home alone to choosing a babysitter and things to consider when choosing a child minder.

This new website gives parents, teachers and school leader’s practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation

The UK Safer internet centre has written and published a new article that gives advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying. It can be found via this link:https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/blog/cyberbullying-advice-parents-and-carers-0