This page is designed to be a source of information about safeguarding for the community, parents and students alike – to help inform and educate everyone in our school community.
Every person connected with the academy has a personal responsibility for the highest standards of safeguarding of our pupils. It doesn’t matter how you are connected to the academy, as part of our community we all have a responsibility for safeguarding our pupils.
Meet our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads (DDSL)
Tiger Primary is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Child Protection and Safeguarding
Please click on the links below for our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.
Please click the link to be taken to our 'Online Safety' newsletters.
Today’s children are growing up in a very different environment to the one we did. With easy access to websites and social media, our children can find themselves subject to pressures that we struggle to understand as they communicate in ways many of us are less familiar with.
It’s important to learn about potential dangers your child might face, as well as steps you can take to protect and educate your children with relation to the internet. And just as important – where you can turn to get help if you have a concern.
Think U Know: www.thinkuknow.co.uk
The National Crime Agency Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (NCA-CEOP) have a website which is suitable for children aged 5-16 and has a section just for parents/carers with advice and information.
The NSPCC have produced resources for parents. Their website covers excellent advice for parents about issues such as online grooming, nude image sharing and cyberbullying, as well as specific advice for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
The Childline website has a wide range of information and advice on both online and offline safety for children. There is information about online gaming, grooming, and the Zipit App which helps children feel empowered when confronted with inappropriate chat online. They also provide a helpline for children to get advice over the phone: 0800 1111
UK Safer Internet Centre: www.saferinternet.org.uk
UK Safer Internet Centre provides a wide variety of advice and guidance to help you discuss online safety with your children. There are useful checklists for privacy settings on social networks and suggestions to consider before buying devices for your children.
Childnet has resources, including videos and storybooks, to help you discuss online safety with your children. It includes advices on setting up parental controls, cyberbullying and setting up a family agreement for safer internet use.
Internet Matters: www.internetmatters.org
Internet Matters bring you all the information you need to keep your children safe online. It has a tool which guides you through how to set up parental controls on all the different devices in your home to protect your children.
Reporting online incidents
Please click on the links to be taken to further information.
- DFE The prevent duty: Guidance for schools and childcare providers
- HM Government Online E-Learning Training on Prevent
Please click on the images below to read our Safeguarding Visitor Leaflet. All visitors are expected to read these leaflets before entering Tiger Primary.