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Safeguarding

This page contains additional information about school's approach to supporting children and their families with Safeguarding.

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PREVENT in Leeds

Below there are some documents in the parental guide folder which give parents tips and hints about how to keep your children internet safe at home children.

The purpose of the Prevent strategy is to safeguard and support vulnerable people to stop them from becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.

Prevent is part of the UK’s CONTEST StrategyCONTEST Strategy that aims to reduce the risk to the UK and its citizens and interests overseas from terrorism. The strategy addresses all forms of terrorism across the extremism spectrum, from extreme far right to Daesh or Al-Qaeda inspired groups and from domestic to international terrorism.

Prevent has the following objectives:

  1. Tackle the causes of radicalisation and respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism
  2. Safeguard and support those most at risk of radicalisation through early intervention, identifying them and offering support
  3. Enable those who have already engaged in terrorism to disengage and rehabilitate.

Domestic Violence

During the Corona Virus breakout there has been an increased number of incidents of Domestic violence.

As an authority Leeds Safeguarding has provided each school with a link to help and support for this.

NSPCC

From talking PANTS to approaching difficult issues, we have a range of tips and advice to help you keep children safe whether they’re at home, out and about or online.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/

The helpline went live on 1 April, and will provide both children and adults who have experienced sexual abuse in schools with support and advice, including onward action such as contacting the police if they wish to. The helpline will also provide support to parents and professionals. Anyone who gets in touch through this dedicated helpline will also be signposted to other relevant support services available, including Childline, which provides ongoing support and counselling to children and young people.

 

The dedicated and confidential NSPCC helpline – Report Abuse in Education can be reached on 0800 136 663 or by email at

help@nspcc.org.uk 

Online Safety at home

Please see the Online Safety setion of the website for regular updates on keeping safe online.

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