Safeguarding & E-Safety

The Designated Safeguarding Lead for Edwards Hall is Mr Johnson.  Mrs Donoghue and Mrs Allard are our Deputy Safeguarding Leads. 

If you would like to discuss a concern you have about a child’s safety then please contact one of them, via the school office on 01702 524470.

Alternatively you can make a referral to Southend Social Care on 01702 215007.

Safeguarding

Please click on the following link to access information for parents when Choosing a Club, Tutor or Coach.

Please click on the following link to access the Southend Primary School Sports Association - Fair Play Code.

E-Safety

We would like to welcome parents and carers to our monthly Online Safety Newsletter. This contains useful tips and resources for parents, helping to keep our children safe online. Please click on the following links to access this information:

Online Safety Newsletter - May 2018

Online Safety Newsletter - June 2018

Parents recently attended our E-safety workshop delivered by Mr Peltier (a headteacher with an active role in the Police.) Mr Peltier informed parents on how to keep children safe online, created awareness of security settings on internet ready devices and offered advice on managing behaviour online.

Please find below links to various documents handed out at the workshop which we hope will prove useful to parents who were unable to attend the workshop.

Keeping Young Children Safe Online

Safeguarding Children from Sexting

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Kindle Fire

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Snapchat

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The following links also contain valuable information for parents.

Click here to go to the 'Think U Know' site for more information about how to keep your children safe online.

Click here to find out more about the CEOP website - the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre provide ideas and information to help you protect your child online.

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Click here to explore the Parent Info website - from CEOP and the Parent Zone, this provides information to help children and young people stay safe online.

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Click here to fine out more about the Common Sense Media website - providing essential media news for families and information tackling parental concerns.