Safeguarding information for parents

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Behaviour and Bullying

Make a Noise Campaign

School takes bullying seriously and we are delighted to be trialling a new anti- bullying initiative in our school.  We are involved in the ‘Make a Noise’ programme which is an online service to report any bullying and cyberbullying concerns that parents and children may have.  At the core of the programme is an online reporting platform which gives parents and KS2 children an easy and simple way to report all issues relating to bullying.

This platform is supplemented by resource hubs designed specifically for teacher, children and parents and create a one – stop shop for bullying support. School is trialling using this resource for one year.

We held two safeguarding information sessions yesterday (04.05.17) with a particular emphasis on bullying including cyber bullying. Many thanks to those of you who attended and we hope that you found the session useful.

PCSO Jonathon Plummer from West Yorkshire Police delivered an input around cyber bulling and keeping your child safe; many thanks to him.

PCSO Jonathon Plummer will also be running sessions with our older children in Years 4, 5 and 6 on cyber bullying and keeping safe on Wednesday 17th May. He will also be running an extra repeat cyber bullying session for parents on this day; more details to follow.

Copies of the presentations used in the sessions, including our updated behaviour and anti – bullying, policy are shown below.

Behaviour, Discipline and Anti-bullying April 2017


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