|Current Practice||Practices and innovations in the area of safeguarding and child welfare at Brockhurst and Marlston House Schools.|
|Safeguarding, what is it all about?||A leaflet for pupils to read with their parents.|
|Talking to children about abuse||An NSPCC publication|
|Book: Some Secrets Should Never be Kept||Protect children from unsafe touch by teaching them to always speak up by Jayneen Sanders. We have several copies at school that parents are very welcome to borrow.
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|BMR Guide for Parents
(revised Autumn 2018)
|A guide to Brockhurst and Marlston House written by parents and staff.|
|eSafety Officer Latest News|
|Parenting in a Digital World magazine||This publication is from PurpleMash who we use for our coding education in Form 7 - 4|
If you feel that you want to help or to talk to someone about this but don't know where to start then why not write a worry?
|parentinfo.org||Advice for parents including bullying and abuse|
|talking about abuse|
|Keeping Children Safe||Helpful advice and tools you can use to help keep your children safe whenever and wherever they go online.|
The parents section of the Thinkuknow website provides information to support parents and carers to understand and respond to the risks their children may face as they grow.
It covers a broad range of online safety issues from nude selfies to what to do if you think your child is being groomed online.
Through social media, articles, blogs, films and more, we want to get parents and carers thinking and talking about the importance of discussing sex, relationships and the internet with their children.
This short film that tells the age-old story of Romeo and Juliet… with a modern twist. It shows how the lives of these young lovers might play out online today, including the Lark ‘tweeting’ and Romeo ‘friending’ Juliet
Behind this contemporary remake is the message that, although technology and social media can seem overwhelming and forever evolving, children and young people don’t change. We try to remind parents that (just as when they were young), their children are still exploring and creating their identities, keeping up with their friends and dealing with adolescent pressures. Although much of this now happens online, we remind them that the kind of parental support and advice which keeps their children safe 'in real life' will keep them safer online too. And our Thinkuknow resources can be a useful place to start in thinking about how they might frame these discussions.
Expert information to help children and young people stay safe online. Articiles on a range of parenting topics, written by experts.
Provides parents withal they need to have great conversations with their children about keeping themselves safe on-line.
A guide to the social networks your children are using
Keeping children safe on-line
Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.