We are currently operating as an emergency care facility for children of key workers (e.g. NHS staff, police, others in frontline services) and children with certain needs. The Government have advised that children stay at home where possible and only use this service when there is no alternative provision for the children.
During term time, there will be food parcels available for children who are entitled to free school meals - these will only be available for pick up on Wednesdays.
Stay positive and for support with emotional and well-being support click this link.
Online Safety Information
This page is contains information about how to keep your child safe online, links to parental controls; links to step-by-step online safety guides; videos and any up to date information members of our Online Safety Group have to share.
Online Safety Strategies
Have an Open and Honest Conversation
Be as interested in their digital life as you are in their social life, we want children to enjoy their digital world but be prepared to talk about some difficult topics around negative influences online, considering the challenges they face due to peer pressure and being drawn into what their friends are doing. Not sure where to start, these conversation starters may help:-
Other things to consider
“We all have the right to feel safe all of the time! It is ok to talk about anything no matter how awful or how small it may be”
Parental Control APPS (not tried and tested)
Lucy & the Boy – NSPCC Share Aware
Barnardos Follow Me
Sextortion (ITV Facebook Page – 14 year old Jenny)
Kayleigh’s Love Story