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Keeping Your Child Safe

E-Safety
Check out our internet and mobile safety information for parents at the bottom of this page. 

The NSPCC offer a range of very useful information for parents on how to keep their children safe on-line 
click here.  Attached to this page are a number of NSPCC publications that you may also find useful.  Our school E-Safety policy is displayed below.

The school's E-Safety leads are Sam Hicks and Karen Buggs.

Government National e-Safety Toolkit

The Government has launched a new online service, called Parent Info which will give parents the information they need to help them navigate the minefield of issues children can now face on everything from spotting the warning signs of self-harm, to having a healthy body image and managing money in a digital world.

As well as giving them the confidence and support to speak to their children on such sensitive issues, it will also provide them with pathways for where they can go for more hands on support on specific issues. click on this link to access the Parent Info site

e-Safety Policy Jan 2016


Using the Cycle Parks
Below is the Powerpoint presentation which Mr Ferrier has shared with Key Stage 2 children in regards to safely using the new cycle parks.

Stranger Danger Safety
Assembly slideshow used by Mrs James for assembly on Monday 8th September 2014. There is lots of advice online for parents too.

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Preventing Radicalisation and Extremism

Since the ‘Education and Inspections Act 2006’ schools have a duty to promote community cohesion. Over the last few years, global events have led to a growth of extremist viewpoints, including advocacy of violent extremism. Schools have an important part to play in both educating children and young people about extremism and recognising when pupils start to become radicalised. In March 2015, new statutory duties were placed on schools by the Counter Terrorism and Security Act (2015) which means they must work to prevent children being drawn into extremism, The Prevent Duty. Click here to access our Policy on Preventing Radicalisation and Extremism.


The school's Designated Safeguarding Lead and PREVENT Lead is Mrs Sam Hicks.  

Alternate Designated Safeguarding Leads are Mrs Wendy James, Mr Matthew Ferrier, Mrs Teri Tanner and Mrs Madeline Johnson.


Prevent Duty Risk Assessment Statement & Action Plan for Sidegate Primary School December 2015


Families in Trauma offer support and advice on extremist behaviour and radicalisation, visit their website for information: http://www.familiesmatter.org.uk/

The HM Government website, Education Against Hate, provides parents with practical advice on protecting children: http://www.educateagainsthate.com/

Victvs Ltd have produced a leaflet entitled Extremism and Radicalisation - a guide for parents

Parent Hub
The Parent Hub -  A single place for Suffolk parents or carers to find parenting advice and support to help their child's development.  www.suffolk.gov.uk/theparenthub

If you have any problems with this you can also contact Sam Hicks the family liaison manager at Sidegate on 01473 727319

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Wendy James,
2 Sep 2014, 03:53
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Wendy James,
2 Sep 2014, 03:53
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Wendy James,
2 Sep 2014, 03:53
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Wendy James,
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