Safeguarding Advice

Everybody who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play in safeguarding children, which is of paramount importance at Little Lever School. Staff in school are in a position to identify concerns early and provide help for children, in order to prevent concerns from escalating.

Please click on the following link to access our 'Keeping children safe in education' leaflet.

The purpose of this leaflet is to make sure that any adults who either work or visit our school are fully informed of how they might assist in the safeguarding of our students, in line with the guidance included in the Keeping children safe in education document, issued in April of 2014 by the DfE.        

Parents and Carers play a vital role in teaching children to stay safe and look after themselves in the ‘real’ world and the online world. If young people have a problem it can sometimes be hard to know how best to help and support them. The following websites provide advice for parents from leading safeguarding organisations, such as Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) and the NSPCC.


E-safety Advice

E-Safety encompasses internet technologies and electronic communications such as mobile phones and wireless technology.  It highlights the need to educate children and young people about the benefits and risks of using new technology and provides safeguards and awareness for users to enable them to control their on-line experiences.

As technology evolves we constantly update and adapt our e-Safety policy and teaching to meet the safety needs of the children in our care. In addition to agreeing to a set of e-Safety rules for acceptable ICT use, learners are taught how to become safe and responsible ICT users.

Our ICT systems in school are constantly monitored and updated by expert technical staff, ensuring a high standard of safety for the young people who use them. 

The school’s e-Safety policy will operate in conjunction with other policies including those for student behaviour, curriculum, data protection and security.


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