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Safeguarding & Online Safety

If there are safeguarding concerns these should be referred to:

Mr W Smith (Designated Safeguarding Lead)

Miss L Hewitt (Designated Safeguarding Deputy)

Safeguarding Team

We work closely as a team, meeting half termly as well as communicating on a daily basis. We report to our governing board termly and the DSL/D meets termly with the safeguarding governor.

  • SENCo - Mrs Godden
  • Designated teacher for children looked after - Mrs Godden
  • CSE Lead (child sexual exploitation) - Mrs Godden
  • Online Safety Lead - Mr W Smith
  • Safeguarding Governors - Mrs Phelan & Mrs Lavender

Please see our policy, in the files below, and the safeguarding Sheffield Children website for further contact details. 

We utilise the guidance and fact sheets from the Sheffield Children's Safeguarding Partnership website: -


Operation Encompass

Our school has been given the opportunity to take part in a project that will run jointly between schools and South Yorkshire Police. This project is known as Operation Encompass.

Operation Encompass is the notification to schools that a child (under 18) has been exposed to, or involved in, any domestic incident. This will ordinarily be done by the start of the next school day.

Please see the documents below regarding Operation Encompass. 

Online Safety

Please look in our 'Curriculum' tab, on the 'Online Safety' page to see our teaching overview for Online Safety lessons, across all year groups. If you would like any more information about these lessons, please speak to your child's class teacher.
Resources and websites for Internet safety at home
Safer Internet Centre - Here you can find Onlinesafety tips, advice and resources.  Helpline 0844 3814772
Child Net - Advice and resources for children, parents and carers on how to stay safe online
Internet Watch Foundation  - Is the UK's hotline for reporting illegal content found on the Internet.  It deals with child abuse and obscene images as well as racist content.
Childhood Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) - Is a police agency tackling child abuse on the Internet. - General online safety for children. - Principles of the Digital 5 A Day - Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online  National Crime Agency’s CEOP Education Programme provides information for parents and carers on protecting children and young people from online child sexual abuse. - Common Sense Media: rate movies, TV shows, books, APPs and more so parents can feel good about the entertainment choices they make for their kids. They offer the largest, most trusted library of independent age-based ratings and reviews: - Another extremely useful resource  where you can read factsheets, guides, advice and information around all the online platforms and trends, such as Snapchat, Roblox, Fortnite, Instagram etc.

NSPCC Advice & Support:

Parent/Carer support

Take a look at information, support, advice and activities from NSPCC for parent and carers.

Activities to extend learning at home

Take part in games and activities at home to help children learn about speaking out and staying safe.



Online Safety Hub

For information on a range of different online safety topics including gaming, social media, sharing images, parental controls and more.


Childline – under 12’s

Childline have an accessible website with advice, support, games and activities. Children can change the language, enlarge text and also listen to the content. (5-7) (7-11)


Talk PANTS with your children

Talk PANTS is a simple conversation to help keep children safe from sexual abuse. From P through to S, each letter of PANTS provides simple but important messages. Download the free resources at


Also see the policy section of our website for:

Child Safeguarding Policy
Online Safety Policy
Online Safety for all Children - NSPCC
Please see attached a document below for a large variety of information and online resources available regarding all aspects of online safety for you to explore at home.