Safeguarding Information and Advice
Please report any safeguarding concerns to email@example.com
Parent Safeguarding Resource Hub
With children likely spending more time online, now is a good time to remind parents of the risks certain websites, apps and social media can pose, so that they are aware of the steps they can take to protect their child.
The links below offer guidance on how to prevent against radicalisation online, as well as highlighting which socialising apps could pose dangers to children. Please take the time to read through both and take care monitoring your child’s online activities.
Parent Guardian Online Radicalisation Information and Support
What is ‘online grooming’? – Online grooming is where someone befriends a child online and builds up their trust with the intention of exploiting them and causing them harm. Please read through the full bulletin for how to spot grooming, and what to do if you are concerned that a child may be at risk of grooming: Online Grooming Bulletin
|Domestice Abuse Services Available||Website|
|Hull Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP)||01482 318759||hulldap.co.uk|
|Hull Women’s Aid||01482 446099||hullwomensaid.org|
|Preston Road Women’s Centre||01482 790310||purplehouse.co.uk|
|Website information for young people:
Silent calls to the police – dial 999 – when the operator is on the line press 55.
There have been significant changes within our setting in response to the outbreak. Many young people are now at home and staffing is likely to be significantly affected through illness and self-isolation. Despite the changes, the school’s Child Protection Policy is fundamentally the same: children and young people always come first, staff should respond robustly to safeguarding concerns and contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead in line with our established safeguarding procedure.
To view The Boulevard Academy’s full Child Protection Annex please click the link below.
More support can be found on the below sites.
NSPCC – The NSPCC helpline can be found here, along with lots of support for keeping children safe during lockdown www.nspcc.org.uk
CEOP -Child Exploitation and Online Protection can offer help if you are concerned about online abuse www.ceop.police.uk
CHILDNET – Aim to make the internet a safer place for children. Their site contains parent support, activities for students, and video lessons www.childnet.com
UK SAFER INTERNET CENTRE: Here you can find online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online www.saferinternet.org.uk
THINKUKNOW: Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline www.thinkuknow.co.uk