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Guidance for parents and carers
Efficacious safeguarding can only be maintained if parents take responsibility for their child's safety. Clarify shared responsibilities and co-ordinate support with these resources.
Self-harm in pupils is a difficult topic for both schools and parents to handle and communication is paramount to aiding the pupil’s recovery. Pooky Knightsmith offerrs help for staff when talking to parents about their child and self-harm
If a child or young person is being groomed and sexually exploited, everyone in their life should know how to protect them; but what is the best way to talk to parents and carers about it? Use this download to help
Alan Mackenzie provides an e-safety briefing sheet for safeguarding leads to share with parents, to help them keep their children safe online