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Safeguarding in the Curriculum

At Dallam Community Primary School we teach our children in all year groups how to keep themselves and the people around them safe. We have many themed days and weeks over the academic year to maintain the profile of safeguarding with all children, for example, anti-bullying week and Stay Safe Week. 

We have introduced a whole school PSHE scheme called Jigsaw. Jigsaw combines PSHE, emotional literacy, mindfulness, social skills, spiritual development and health education. It is a whole-school approach, with all year groups from Foundation Stage up to Year 6 including our designated provision classes working on the same theme (puzzle) at the same time. 

We also discretely teach E-safety throughout our curriculum and during each Computing lesson and activity that our children take part in. 



Use of the Internet can have risks. Young people are more at risk of exposure to inappropriate or criminal behaviour if they are unaware of the dangers.

These dangers include:
• viewing unsuitable content e.g. hate material, adult content, sites that endorse   unhealthy behaviour
• giving out personal information
• arranging to meet an online 'friend'
• becoming involved in, or the victim of, bullying, identity theft, or making and sending indecent or illegal images
• spending too much time online (internet addiction), which can effect concentration, sleep and health
• copying information from the Internet or buying work from other people to use as their own.

E-Safety Rules - EYFS and Key Stage 1

"Think then Click"

These rules help us to stay safe on the Internet:

  • We only use the internet when an adult is with us.
  • We can click on the buttons or links when we know what they do.
  • We can search the Internet with an adult.
  • We always ask if we get lost on the Internet.
E-Safety Smart Rules

E-Safety Rules - Key Stage 2

"Think then Click"

These rules help us to stay safe on the Internet:

  • We ask permission before using the Internet.
  • We only use websites that an adult has chosen.
  • We tell an adult if we see anything we are uncomfortable with.
  • We immediately close any webpage we not sure about.
  • We only e-mail people an adult has approved.
  • We send e-mails that are polite and friendly.
  • We never give out personal information or passwords.
  • We never arrange to meet anyone we don’t know.
  • We do not open e-mails sent by anyone we don’t know.
  • We do not use Internet chat rooms unless it is part of the curriculum software in school.
  • We let a member of staff know if we are bringing a mobile phone into school so it can be locked away in a safe place.

Please click on these links below for further guidance.

Has something happened online that has made you feel worried or unsafe? 

Visit https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/ to make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors.

Visit http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/ to find out more about E-Safety for KS1 children.

Visit http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/ to find out more about E-Safety for KS2 children.

Visit Net aware: Parents review kids' social networks, apps & games for more information NSPCC

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