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At Berkeley Primary School all of the staff have a duty of care for our children  and are committed to keeping our children safe.  We follow statutory guidance and all concerns are recorded promptly so that we can support children and families.    You will see this sign around our school; it gives staff information on who they can talk to if they have concerns.

Digital Leaders' Online Safety Report

February 2019


Berkeley's Digital Leaders have produced this leaflet for parents about Online Safety- it looks at gaming, screen time and age ratings...

This website is an excellent resource for parents - it gives information on various aspects of safeguarding - take a few minutes to have a look.



Useful information for parents on e-safety.


Please take a few minutes to look at this information on the NSPCC website




E-safety - information on a popular singing and lip syncing app for parents

Essential information for parents and carers on Safeguarding..............take a look

Essential information for parents and carers on Safeguarding..............take a look 1
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Health and Wellbeing of our children - news for parents


Have you looked at Life Central yet? This is a really good new website from North Lincolnshire Council for parents, professionals and older children with tips to help emotional health  and wellbeing. This is a 3 year project so keep an eye out for new developments


Every school now has a mental health champion, ours is Alison Neall, who is also one of

our Family Support Workers.  Pop in and see her or give her a call if you have concerns

you would like to talk through.

Here are details of some websites that may be interesting to parents and children.......



New cyber resource Azoomee is a new online safety resource for children aged 5-11 years old.  The 8 sessions cover:- what is personal information and what can I share? When is the right time to be on a device? How long do things stay online? Are the things I see, hear and read online always real or true? Go to the website for further information.


10 Tips for parents to talk to children about their worries has been created by the charities who make up Heads Together. Tip sheets are available for parents of primary and secondary pupils. Have a look at the website.


North Lincolnshire Council webpage giving information about support available to families:

Parentinfo - from CEOP and Parentzone

Talk PANTS with Pantosaurus and his PANTS song #TalkPANTS

Meet Pantosaurus - our pant-wearing Dino! He wants every child to stay safe and strong, just like him, and he's on a mission to share an important message.